After a eight-week shutdown due to a fire in July, the Mary Alice 1 (MA-1) Emergency Eye Clinic at our Hotel Dieu Hospital site reopened today looking brighter than ever. Even better, it weathered the temporary closure without cancelling a single patient.
Fire damage made it impossible to use the...Read more
Driving along King Street, along the back of our Kingston General Hospital site, it may not be immediately obvious to spot the major changes happening inside KHSC’s Diagnostic Imaging department. However, behind the grey exterior walls, a major construction project is well underway.
Since July 2018, crews have been working...Read more
On the heels of another successful year, the members of the Kingston General Hospital (KGH) Auxiliary have announced a $2.5 million pledge for the next phase of redevelopment at Kingston Health Sciences Centre’s (KHSC’s) KGH site.
At the 113th Annual General Meeting this past June, KGH site auxiliary...Read more
Despite being years away from breaking ground, KGH’s Phase 2 Redevelopment project is beginning to pick up steam. Working groups representing key areas of the hospital involved in the $500 million project have begun to talk about what they will need in their new spaces.
Phase 2 Redevelopment will include...Read more
Over the past few years KGH has been busy making the case for another big redevelopment project, and thanks to a recent approval from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, our planning work is about to kick into high gear.
Earlier this year, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care...Read more
Beginning on Tuesday January 3rd, 2017, the laneway that leads to the Kingston General Hospital’s Armstrong wing entrance off Lower University Avenue will be closed to vehicles as the hospital replaces its oxygen system. This important work will increase the capacity of our oxygen system, allowing us to continue to...Read more
Researchers at Kingston General Hospital will soon have a dedicated space for their investigations and collaborations. Early design and development stages of the $5.7 million, 10,000 square-foot W.J. Henderson Centre for Patient-Oriented Research have been approved by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Construction tendering will begin in...Read more