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important information for patients and visitors
SBGHC will continue to require masks to be worn by staff, outpatients and visitors while in the Hospital after the provincial mask mandate is lifted on June 11th. Ministry of Health Guidance for acute care settings continues to recommend masking for the safety of patients, visitors and staff. Thank you for your cooperation, and remember, please be kind to our screeners and staff who are here to help provide safe care to the community!
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For more information on the service reductions at the Chesley hospital, a detailed Q&A is available here.
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Appointments now required for Community Lab Collections
Important Information for patients and families
Appointments now required for Community Lab Collections
Appointments now required for Community Lab Collections
Patients and visitors are now required to wear hospital issued surgical masks within our facilities.
important information for patients and visitors
Patients and visitors are required to wear hospital issued medical masks within our facilities.
Patients and visitors are now required to wear hospital issued surgical masks within our facilities.
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SBGHC News

Conclusion of President & CEO Contract on March 31st, 2023

The Board of Directors of the South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) regrets to announce that the President & CEO Michael Barrett has elected not to renew his contract beyond its expiration date of March 31st, 2023. “Michael has provided over 4 years of outstanding leadership to SBGHC through some very difficult times, especially during

Chesley Hospital Emergency Department Partial Resumption of Service

Beginning Monday, December 5th, 2022, the Chesley Hospital Emergency Department (ED) will resume service five (5) days per week, Monday to Friday, during the hours of 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Temporary ED Closure – SBGHC Durham Site – Overnight Saturday, November 12

Due to a shortage of nurses, SBGHC will be closing the Durham emergency department (ED) as follows: All efforts to find staffing for the emergency department have been undertaken without success. Ambulance by-pass will begin at 1700 to divert patients to the nearest open ED. Anyone requiring immediate medical attention should call 911 to be

Temporary ED Closure – SBGHC Durham Site – Overnight Friday, November 11

Due to a shortage of nurses, SBGHC will be closing the Durham emergency department (ED) as follows: All efforts to find staffing for the emergency department have been undertaken without success. Ambulance by-pass will begin at 1700 to divert patients to the nearest open ED. Anyone requiring immediate medical attention should call 911 to be

Kincardine Hospital CT Suite Addition

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September 2022
Throughout September, the structural steel and metal decking were constructed, and exterior stud framing was completed. Work is now underway on roofing and exterior sheathing.

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August 2022
Installation of structural steel is underway.

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July 2022
Construction continues on the CT suite addition at the Kincardine hospital. This month, backfilling was completed and underground services and insulation were installed. The site is now being prepared for sidewalks and subfloor to be poured.

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June 2022
The CT suite addition is starting to take shape! The foundation has been poured, and next up will be backfilling around the foundation and installing the structural steel and metal decking.

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May 2022
The contractor has mobilized, the construction fencing is up and excavation/demo has begun!

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BREAKING GROUND FOR THE KINCARDINE HOSPITAL CT SUITE ADDITION
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Kincardine Hospital Redevelopment Project

Image showing the different phases of the Kincardine hospital redevelopment project, along with the timing and estimated cost.
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March 11, 2021

The 1,800-page report was endorsed by SBGHC’s Board of Directors at their regular meeting on March 3rd and has been submitted to the Ministry of Health and Ontario Health.

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Updated February 26, 2021

After an extensive review of various CT scanner options for the Kincardine hospital, evaluating the needs of patients and clinical staff, quality of imaging, radiation dose, technology, capital cost and on-going annual operational costs, and consultation with key stakeholders, SBGHC’s Board selected the Edge Plus CT scanner from Siemens in December 2020.

September 25, 2020

The Ministry of Health has provided funding support and approval to South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) to advance the Kincardine hospital redevelopment project forward into Stage 2 of the Ministry’s capital planning process.

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May 7, 2019

South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) has submitted the Stage 1 report for the redevelopment of the Kincardine hospital to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC).

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