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Brightshores Health System

Welcome to Brightshores Health System. We operate six hospitals in the Grey Bruce region. Our mission is to build healthier communities one patient at a time.  We have 1,900 dedicated and compassionate staff and over 150 physicians who work together delivering excellent patient care to residents and visitors across Grey Bruce.

Our Regional Hospital in Owen Sound is the largest of our sites, and offers a full range of specialty services, including complex surgeries, total joint replacements, cancer surgeries, MRI and CT diagnostic services. Across the six hospitals, we have more than 100,000 patient visits per year.

Our rural hospitals in Lion’s Head, Markdale, Meaford, Southampton and Wiarton offer a wide range of primary and ambulatory care services and all have 24/7 Emergency departments, lab and x-ray.

CancerCare Manitoba

CancerCare Manitoba (CCMB) is the provincial cancer authority responsible for setting strategic priorities and long-term planning for cancer and blood disorders for the province. CCMB provides clinical services to both children and adults. The cancer services the organization provides to Manitobans include prevention, early detection, multidisciplinary cancer treatment, supportive and end-of-life care. CCMB is also responsible for radiation protection throughout the province. In addition, the Research Institute at CCMB investigates all aspects of cancer and blood disorders, including research to improve the patient’s experience while at CCMB.

CancerCare Manitoba relies on the ongoing support of Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living and its close working relationships with regional health authorities to deliver quality cancer services to Manitobans. The financial assistance provided by the donations of Manitobans to the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation is vital to undertaking research and providing quality care to Manitobans.

The organization’s multidisciplinary approach to patient care attracts experts in medical, radiation and surgical oncology, hematology, the best and brightest scientists, passionate nursing staff and other dedicated health-care professionals.

CCMB has seven locations in Winnipeg. The main site at 675 McDermot Avenue provides chemotherapy and radiation treatments, patient support services and houses the Research Institute. In Brandon, in partnership with Prairie Mountain Health, the Western Manitoba Cancer Centre offers residents of western Manitoba access to radiation therapy, chemotherapy and patient support services.

Manitoba patients can receive care close to home thanks to CCMB’s partnerships with regional health authorities.

Grand River Hospital

Grand River Hospital (GRH) is one of Ontario’s largest community hospitals and provides innovative, quality care to more than 700,000 residents of Waterloo Region and Guelph Wellington.

GRH is a leading healthcare organization, offering cancer and renal (kidney) services; care for the most seriously ill and injured adults; services for mothers, newborns and children; emergency care; mental health and addictions; and care for older adults including rehabilitation. The Hospital is privileged to be a key partner in health sciences learning and has a rapidly growing role in teaching and research. GRH patients benefit from the services of 3,400 staff members; 600 physicians, midwives and dentists; and 1,000 volunteers at the Kitchener-Waterloo and Freeport campuses as well as satellite locations in Waterloo Region and Guelph-Wellington.

Lakeridge Health

Lakeridge Health (LH) is one of the largest integrated hospital networks in Ontario.  Working out of numerous locations, and with 4 campuses, our skilled staff and physicians provide care for a large span of communities, including specialized regional services for people in the Central East Local Health Integration Network (CELHIN).  LH is further broadened and strengthened through its formal partnerships with Academic Health Science Centres, and synergies with the industry, community and beyond.