Winnipeg Hospital Healthcare Services
The Health Sciences Centre (HSC) located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada is the premier medical teaching/research facility in Manitoba. HSC is comprised of Winnipeg General Hospital, Women's Pavilion, Children's Hospital, Manitoba Rehabilitation Hospital, the D.A. Stewart Centre (Respiratory). Also on site is Manitoba Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation and UofM Faculty of Medicine.
Misericordia was founded in Winnipeg in 1898 by the Sisters of Misericordia. Since those early beginnings, Misericordia has seen many significant changes. However, as always, we remain focused on those who need our care.
We are a committed team of 1,200 caring, highly skilled professionals and volunteers, dedicated to providing quality health care to the community we serve.
Patient driven and community focused, Seven Oaks General Hospital is dedicated to improving the quality of health care in Winnipeg and Manitoba. As a fully Accredited health care facility, Seven Oaks has established its leadership roles through such initiatives as program management and the care map system. Committed to delivering a wide range of innovative programs and services, the Hospital is poised to continue developing leading edge health care initiatives.
At Riverview, the patient's needs come first - a simple idea, but different.
located in Winnipeg, Manitoba is a unique combination of rehabilitation hospital, personal care home, research and education facility. It merits attention across North America as a respected and innovative leader in the care of the elderly and chronically ill.
is a free-standing medical research institute affiliated with St. Boniface General Hospital and the University of Manitoba. The $40 million Research Centre has been built with funds raised in the community and operates with a combination of peer reviewed research grants, industry contract and fund raising.
Established in 1971, the Children’s Hospital Foundation works to support the special health care needs of children through reliable and consistent funding of pediatric medical research, as well as equipment and programs at the Children’s Hospital of Winnipeg (CH). Since its inception, the Foundation has raised more than $80 million dollars for pediatric medical research, hospital equipment and special programs.
St. Boniface Hospital, a work of charity of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal "Grey Nuns," is a Catholic tertiary health care facility affiliated with the University of Manitoba.