NP. Lisa Smyth

Nurse Practitioner

Not accepting new patients

Born and raised in the greater Toronto area, I obtained my Bachelor of Nursing at the University of Toronto. I worked for 2 years in busy Toronto Emergency Departments before transitioning to Primary Care. For 3 years,  I worked as a Registered Nurse at Village Family Health Team while concurrently completing my Masters of Nursing/Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate at Ryerson University. I am excited to expand my scope of practice in assuming the Nurse Practitioner role at Village Family Health Team.

I believe in a holistic approach to patient care, where the patient and all of their life circumstances are considered in developing a mutually agreed upon plan of care. I have a strong interest in health promotion, health education, preventative care and empowering patients to take an active role in their health.

Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, cycling, reading and discovering new restaurants and activities in the city.

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Health Resources

Updated - May 3, 2021

Vaccine Resources 

COVID Vaccines are now more available with eligibility criteria changing rapidly to include more people. We encourage you to schedule a vaccination appointment when you become eligible. Click here to see if you are eligible to receive the Covid vaccine and to schedule your appointment.

Targeted Vaccine for 18+ living in M6K

CAMH is hosting vaccine clinics May 4 to 7 for all people age 18 years plus living in the M6K postal code. Based on supply, the clinics will be Tuesday to Friday, 9-4 p.m. (May 4-7). It is in the Jim and Sandy Treliving Gymnasium in the Bell Gateway Building – 100 Stokes Streets (Queen and Ossington major intersection) and the entrance is the west side of the building on Gordon Bell Road.

Appointment booking will open when supply is confirmed. We suggest you visit vaccineto to watch for appointment opening. To book: or the live call centre at - 1-888-385-1910)

People age 60+ years, can register to be vaccinated at any of the nine Toronto Public Health Mass Vaccine Clinics. Here is the link:

Unity Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics at St. Michael’s and St. Joseph’s will be open again for first dose appointments as of Monday, May 3. Appointments for next week will available for booking at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, April 29). Information on who is eligible to be vaccinated at a Unity Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics is available here.

The West Toronto Ontario Health Team is leading community COVID-19 pop-up vaccine clinics to support providing vaccinations for those in high-risk areas.

  • The West Park Healthcare and Community Place Hub vaccine clinics will have appointments for next week available for booking at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Friday, April 30). Book here

West Park will be doing drop-in pre-registration at Community Place Hub (1765 Weston Rd.) on Thursday, April 29. Residents 18 years of age and older of M6M, M6N and M9N can pre-register, in person on Thursday, April 29 between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. for appointments on Friday, April 30. Proof of address is required. There will be 300 appointments available for booking.

How to book an appointment for eligible groups at a West Toronto OHT pop-up vaccine clinic or a Unity Health hospital vaccination clinic: 

Reminder: This is for booking first dose appointments only. Please do not use the booking tool to book second dose appointments.

 How to book appointments at mass immunization clinics and pharmacies:

  • Individuals 40 years of age or older (born in 1981 or before) can also book vaccine appointments at participating pharmacies.