The Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre at North York General Hospital (NYGH) offers an environment that supports early access to prostate cancer care, including diagnosis, support and education, and a coordinated approach to treatment planning — all in one spot. We focus on providing expert, compassionate and leading-edge care for men with suspected prostate cancer.
Opened in 2007, the Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre is the first centre of its kind within a community hospital.
In collaboration with the Odette Cancer Centre at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, the Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre provides an interdisciplinary approach to prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment based on the latest surgical, radiation and chemotherapy treatments, as well as clinical trials.
The centre enhances knowledge of prostate cancer, including prostate cancer signs and symptoms, types of prostate cancer and treatment options.
The Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre offers:
- consultation with physicians (urologist and radiation oncologist) with expertise in prostate cancer;
- education and support from experienced nursing staff, as well as assistance in navigating the health care system;
- prostate cancer diagnostic expertise of radiologists and medical imaging staff;
- a patient and family education centre;
- volunteers from Man-to-Man, a not-for-profit support group on site during specific clinics;
- access to clinical trials
Learn more about the Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre.