TORONTO CAMPUS

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ADDRESS
Lawrence Square Shopping Centre
700 Lawrence Avenue West, Suite 300
Toronto, ON
M6A 3B4
PHONE
(416) 630-8021
OFFICE HOURS
Monday 7:30AM–7:00PM
Tuesday 7:30AM–7:00PM
Wednesday 7:30AM–7:00PM
Thursday 7:30AM–7:00PM
Friday 7:30AM–5:00PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

About Medix College Toronto


Standing tall among all schools, Medix Toronto campus is a brand appreciated by students, employers and community. The Toronto campus is adding hundreds of well qualified students to thehealthcare workforce every year fulfilling the mission of the school – “To Service with Excellence the Needs of our Community and the Needs of our Graduates by Matching Skills”

The Medix journey for students from admission interview day to placement day is filled with fun and unique experiences. Our admissions department creates a friendly atmosphere for new students and helps them in making an informed career choice. With a staff of more than 35 members, Medix Toronto works closely with the students and the community to deliver an excellent training experience.

Students participate in practical hands on sessions and site visits enthusiastically which adds value to their stay at Medix. Employers are encouraged to visit our classes, participate in our advisory board and participate in job fairs where they meet our students personally before calling them for an interview. From behind the screen the administration and leadership team is dedicated to supporting students through flexible time schedules, a commitment to quality training and ultimately creating a rewarding experience from acceptance to graduation.

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About Toronto


Toronto is the largest city in Canada in terms of population. It is the centre of business, finanace, arts and culture worldwide. The city is located on Lake Ontario. As of the 2011 census, the population of Toronto is 2,615,060 with a metropolitan population of 5,583,064. The city was founded in 1793 and was named York until it's incorporation in 1834 as Toronto. In 1998, Toronto was mergered with East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, and York to become a single city.

The city was named after the Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany by Governor John Graves Simcoe. In Toronto, the area codes are 416, 647 and 437.



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