The Pan Am Clinic is moving to a new home in River Heights.
The clinic will move to a new building on the site of the Reh-Fit Centre at the corner of Waverley and Taylor.
The WRHA says the Pan Am Clinic has outgrown its current site and is in need of upgrades to things like its operating suites.
The not-for-profit Reh-Fit Centre will pay for the cost of the building, which is pegged at $40 million. The province will spend $45 million to outfit the clinic, and will lease the space needed.
The building will be built east of the existing Reh-Fit Centre. The WRHA hopes it will be open in three or four years.
The province says the clinic and centre complement one another. Pan Am focuses on injury treatment and rehabilitation and Reh-Fit specializes in injury prevention and rehabilitation. Some clients use both facilities.
The WRHA says it is still determining what to do with the current Pan Am site. It may be used for other health care services.