Origins of the RHSJ and the Hotel-Dieu Montreal
- Who were Jerome Le Royer, Marie de la Ferre and Jeanne Mance?
- What was Montreal's connection with our Hotel Dieu Hospital site?
The Founding of the Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston
- Caring with only eight beds in two wards
- Taking in their first orphan: six-year-old Mary Anne Burns
Early Expansion and the Typhus Epidemic of 1847
- No stranger to epidemics: Our Sisters tending to the sick in typhus quarantine sheds
- Expanding the Hotel Dieu Orphanage and Brock Street buildings
The New Hotel Dieu Hospital
- Taking over the "magnificent" Regiopolis College site in 1892
- Opening of the new Hotel Dieu: "the most commodious and modernized hospital that can be found on the continent"
Growth of the Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston
- A century of major building projects undertaken in every decade
- Founding of St. Joseph's School of Nursing in 1912
St. Joseph's School of Nursing
- Educating a workforce of lay nurses to support the Sisters and increasing volume of patients
- A 62-year history of training excellence that graduated 1695 nurses
- 175 years of changing the face of health care in Kingston
- Joining Kingston General Hospital to form Kingston Health Sciences Centre: tranforming care, together