The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Archives

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Identifier

ON00085

Authorized form of name

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Archives

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      Type

      • Healthcare Institution

      Contact area

      Crystal Campitelli

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      Address

      Street address

      80 College Street

      Locality

      Toronto

      Region

      Ontario

      Country name

      Canada

      Postal code

      M5G 2E2

      Telephone

      416-967-2600 ext. 361

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      Description area

      History

      Geographical and cultural context

      Mandates/Sources of authority

      The CPSO Archives will serve as the College’s corporate memory by identifying and preserving the best documentary evidence of the decisions, policies and activities of the College; identifying and preserving those records that must be kept to satisfy College statutory obligations; making these records available to the College Council, committees, staff, members and the public subject to the legal and ethical obligations of the College and the medical profession.

      Administrative structure

      Records management and collecting policies

      The CPSO Archives is the authoritative source for a documentary record of the policies, decisions and activities of the College. Thus, the CPSO Archives will assist the College to achieve its mandate of enabling the profession to regulate itself in the public interest in an accountable and transparent manner.

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      Records of the CPSO Archives includes Council and committee records, historical publications and policies, physician registers, and finance and building files.

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      Opening times

      Access conditions and requirements

      Please be aware that the CPSO Archives does not have reading room facilities and many of the records are not open for public access. Requests for records must go through the archivist who will provide digital copies of records as per access restrictions.

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      Research services

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          Maintenance notes

          This institution is no longer a member of the Archives Association of Ontario. Their Archeion profile may be outdated.

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