Welcome to KHSC

Southeastern Ontario’s largest acute-care academic hospital

At Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) we care for our patients, families and each other through everyday actions, significant moments and exciting breakthroughs.

KHSC is Southeastern Ontario’s largest acute-care academic hospital. Consisting of our Hotel Dieu Hospital site, Kingston General Hospital site and the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario, as well as two research institutes, we care for more than 500,000 patients and families from across our region.

As one of Kingston’s largest employers, we are home to nearly 5,000 staff, more than 2,000 health care learners and 1,000 volunteers who are committed to partnering with patients and families to ensure we continually provide high quality, compassionate care.

Fully affiliated with Queen’s University we are ranked as one of Canada’s top research hospitals.

To learn more about KHSC, visit the About Us section and read our strategy for Transforming care, together.

Accessing your health care information

Looking to obtain some of your health care information?

If you are, please fax your completed and signed consent form to the KHSC Release of Information department using this fax number: 613-542-8071.

When completing your form, please clearly state what specific medical information you wish to have released and to whom you wish to have this information released to.

For more information and to download the request form please, click here.

 

Auxiliary Gift Shop

Looking to shop online at the Auxiliary Gift Shop?

Click here.

Latest News

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September 17th, 2021

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September 14th, 2021

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