If you'd like to register or transfer to a Magenta Health physician, please complete the following form.
What happens next?
We'll use the information submitted to validate your OHIP. Once this is done, we will invite you by email to schedule a new patient intake appointment with a particular doctor (a “meet and greet” appointment).
It varies depending on your preferred clinic location. See the form below for more specific and up-to-date information.
When do i become a patient?
Completing this form is the first step to become a patient of one of the family physicians at Magenta Health; you do not automatically or immediately become a patient.
Instead, you’ll be invited to have an intake appointment with a particular doctor first. Only at the end of that appointment, should you decide to proceed, will you become a patient.
can i register for my partner or family?
Yes. Kindly complete this form in its entirety for each individual. In the comment section, please mention the relationship between the individuals as we typically try to assign everyone to the same physician.
can I register just my child?
Yes, if you’d like to register your child with Dr. Nathalie Gans, who practices out of our 418 Eglinton Ave. W. location. Learn how to register your under 5 year old child with Dr. Gans specifically …
Otherwise, our standard policy is that we do not accept infants or children under 5 years of age unless at least one parent or guardian is enrolled as a patient as well. Please also fill out the form for your child if you decide to start the registration process for yourself.
can i meet with multiple doctors?
No. Kindly note that it is not an option to switch locations or physicians after you have had your new patient intake appointment.
can i have multiple family doctors?
No. If you currently have a family doctor, please register with us only if you intend to transfer your medical care from your current family physician (i.e. leave your current family physician).
HEALTH NUMBER AND VERSION CODE
The following images explain what your health number and version code are, for different health card versions. It is important that this information be provided to us correctly so that we may properly validate your OHIP.