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This page contains contact information for all the hospital members of Project. From here you can send e-mail to project members, or visit their hospital web sites.

Current NORrad Hospital Partners:

Anson General Hospital

Diagnostic Imaging Department

58 Anson Drive, P.O. Box 370

Iroquois Falls, ON P0K 1E0

(705) 258-3911 ext.3322


Bingham Memorial Hospital

Diagnostic Imaging Department

8th Avenue, P.O. Box 70

Matheson, ON P0K 1N0

(705) 273-2424


Lady Minto Hospital

Diagnostic Imaging Department

241 8th Avenue P.O. Box 4000

Cochrane, ON P0L 1C0

(705) 272-7200 Ext.2230


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MIC Group

The MIC Group of Hospitals consists of Bingham Memorial Hospital in Matheson, Anson General Hospital in Iroquois Falls and Lady Minto Hospital in Cochrane.  The staff and bed allocations are as follows Matheson (57 staff/40 beds), Iroquois Falls (71 staff/34 beds), and Cochrane (81 staff/65 beds).

They jointly encourage cooperation among the hospitals in an environment where all three facilities are committed to constant improvement of health care services through continuous teamwork and sharing resources.  Each hospital provides essential primary care services to its respective communities, including acute care, continuing care, health promotion and education, specialized clinics and other health related services required by local citizens

A number of medical specialists visit the hospitals on a regular basis to hold clinics for the people in the community.  This type of service meets a need within the community and enhances the specialists’ practice.  Clinics are offered in the following specialties: Orthopaedic Surgery, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, Urology, Gynaecology, and Paediatrics.  In addition to consultations, minor surgical procedures are performed, as well as endoscopic examinations.  The number and type of clinics being held is always under review with an aim to increase service to the community. 

The Emergency Departments at each site are run on a 24-hour basis and are supported by two ambulances located at the hospitals.  The MIC hospitals have access to a year-round helipad adjacent to the hospital as well as access to the regularly scheduled flights of the air ambulance jet service.





Englehart & District Hospital Inc.

61 Fifth Street

P.O. Box 69, Englehart , ON (POJ 1H0)

Phone: (705) 544-2301 / Fax: (705) 544-5222

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Englehart and District Hospital



The Englehart & District is situated in the District of Temiskaming and serves a catchments area of approximately 10,000. The hospital provides a full range of quality inpatient (acute and chronic) and out-patient services and participates in telehealth programs.

Hornepayne Community Hospital

278 Front Street P.O. Box 190
Hornepayne, Ontario
Fax 1-807-868-2697


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Hornepayne Community Hospital


The Hornepayne Community hospital is a 20-bed facility which consists of six acute care and fourteen long-term care beds.

The Hornepayne Community Hospital provides Ambulatory Care Clinics out of the hospital and twenty-four hour emergency/on-call services. We also provide Laboratory, Diagnostic Imaging, Ultrasound including vascular and Doppler, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, and Ambulance services. Other services include Dietary, Housekeepingg. Laundry, Maintenance, Health Records, Finance, CSR, and Purchasing.




James Bay General Hospital

General Delivery

Attawapiskat, ON

(705) 997-2150


General Delivery

Fort Albany, ON

(705) 278-3330


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James Bay General Hospital

Attawapiskat and Fort Albany Wings



Welcome to James Bay General Hospital, Ontario’s most northern Provincial hospital with sites in the
town of Moosonee and in the Cree communities of Fort Albany and Attawapiskat. The three Hospital
Wings provide primary care and 24-hour emergency services. Fort Albany and Attawapiskat also have a
total of 33 in-patient acute and chronic care beds. JBGH provides Community Mental Health services and
Ambulance services in the coastal communities.



Diagnostic Imaging Department
145 Government Road East Bag 3000
Kirkland Lake, ON P2N 3P4
(705) 568-2176

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Kirkland and District Hospital

The Kirkland and District Hospital is a 62 bed, accredited, community-oriented health care institution, dedicated to enhancing and maintaining the health of the community.  The hospital services the primary health care needs of the people within the northern section of the district of Timiskaming.  This area includes Kirkland Lake, Larder Lake, Dobie, King Kirkland, the township of McGarry and Matachewan with a total population in excess of 13,200 residents.  The secondary care provided at the Kirkland and District Hospital includes General Surgery, Internal Medicine and Radiology.  In addition, the Ministry of Health’s Under Serviced Area Program provides a number of Specialty Care clinics.  These include Dermatology, Ear Nose and Throat, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, pacemaker, Allergy, Paediatric, Gynaecology, Urology and Geriatric Assessment.  Staff complement is currently 270 employees and physicians.

Medical, Surgical including Anaesthesia, Obstetrical, Paediatric and continuing care (Complex Continuing Care, Transitional Care, Palliative Care, Respite Care, Geriatric Assessment) and Rehabilitation Services are available.  High-risk patients are referred to larger centres for more specialized care.  In addition, a four-bed intensive care unit and two monitoring beds, a twenty-four-hour Emergency Department and Operating Suites meet the essential needs of the community.  Diagnostic and Therapeutic services provided by the Kirkland and District Hospital include laboratory services, diagnostic imaging, and cardio-pulmonary.


Lady Dunn Health Centre - Centre de santé Lady Dunn
17 Government Road, P.O. Box 179, Wawa, ON P0S 1K0
P: 705.856.2335 F: 705.856.7533

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  Lady Dunn Health Centre

Care is provided in a new health facility (since October 16, 2002).  The facility and services provided include:

24 hour Emergency Services
Surgical program
Rehab - Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
16 ELDCAP (Long-Term Care) beds
2 Respite Care beds
10 Acute Care beds
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services



Diagnostic Imaging Department
1405 Edward St. P.O. Box 800
Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
(705) 372-2956
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Notre Dame Hospital

Notre-Dame Hospital is a modern 44-bed (23 active and 21 long term care), fully accredited hospital which provides both in-patient and out-patient care to the citizens of Hearst and surrounding areas.  Its referral population of some 11,500 persons.  The hospital’s geographic catchment includes 50 kilometres to the east, 130 kilometres to the west on the Highway 11 corridor, 135 kilometres southwest to the municipality of Hornepayne, 80 kilometres to the north and 80 kilometres to the south.  The hospital is also the service facility for the first Nation Reserve at Constance Lake, 32 kilometres to the northwest.  The Hospital also operates the Nord-Aski Diabetes Education Resource Centre and the Missinaibi Medical clinic at Mattice.  Staff compliment is currently 116 people.

Notre-Dame Hospital is in Cochrane district at one corner of a hospital centre triangle.  Kapuskasing is 100 km to the east and the Timmins and District Hospital 260 km to the south.  The community is designated as an under-serviced area by the Ministry of Health.  It was the first provincial hospital to receive a bilingual designation under Ontario’s French Language Services Act on November 19, 1989.

There are presently seven physicians in general practice, including a general practice orthopedist.  Four locum surgeons come regularly to cover the surgical requirements.  Also, there are three radiologists from Timmins, one visiting pathologist and one visiting cardiologist who offer regular services.  Notre-Dame Hospital also provides Specialty Care clinics in Allergy, Gynaecology, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics and Urology.



Diagnostic Imaging Department
101 Progress Crescent
Kapuskasing, ON P5N 3H5
(705) 337-4009

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Sensenbrenner Hospital

Sensenbrenner Hospital is a 53-bed fully accredited active treatment hospital located in Kapuskasing.  This modern facility opened December 16, 1987.  The Emergency Room is very busy and includes out-patient care.  Specialty clinics are held on a regular basis with specialists from out of town.  The hospital has approximately 145 staff, full and part-time, covering a broad range of services.  At the present time, the permanent medical staff is comprised of nine fully qualified practitioners.  The Medical Staff support and actively participate in in-service programs.  There are no interns or resident staff.  The current recruitment focus is for four general practitioners, one general surgeon, two general practitioner/anaesthetists and one psychiatrist.

Sensenbrenner Hospital offers diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative services.  The hospital cares for some 1,800 in-patients a year, or approximately 12,000 patient days.  There are over 3,900 visits to the Specialty clinics, and the Emergency Department handles over 23,000 cases annually.  Close to 1,100 operations are performed, and more than 100 babies are delivered.  The Emergency Department includes a two-bed acute resuscitation area and four rooms for primary care.  It also has a two-bed treatment room for chemotherapy and short-term observation.  The out-patient clinic, also located in the Emergency Department, hosts an array of specialty services as follows: Dermatology, E.N.T., Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Neurology, Respiratory, Rheumatology, Nephrology, Urology and Gastroenterology.  Clinics are scheduled on a regular basis.


Chapleau Health Services/Services De Sante De Chapleau
6 Broomhead Road P.O. Box 757
Chapleau, ON P0M 1K0

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  Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services

Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services is an integrated health delivery system consistent with the Ministry of Health objectives to eliminate duplication and improve access to quality service. It is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by members of the corporation. Chapleau is located in the Sudbury North district and services Foleyet, Gogama, Ramsey, Sultan, Pineal Lake, and Biscotasing, as well as the First Nation communities of Chapleau Cree, Brunswick House, Chapleau Ojibway, and Mattagami First Nations.

Under the Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services organization are:

Chapleau General Hospital, with 14 acute care beds, provides primary care in general medicine, uncomplicated obstetrics, 24-hour emergency services and occupational therapy. The hospital also offers a variety of specialty clinics and rehabilitation services.

The Bignucolo Residence, opened in March 1998 is a 25-bed long-term care facility including 2 respite beds, 4 chronic beds and 19 long-term care beds.



Diagnostic Imaging Department
107 Kelly Road P.O. Box 219
Smooth Rock Falls, ON P0L 2B0
(705) 338-2781
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Smooth Rock Falls Hospital

The Smooth Rock Falls Hospital is a 47 bed, fully accredited facility.  This facility offers a combination of acute care, chronic care, long term, chemotherapy and obstetrical beds.  The hospital also operates a 16 bed detoxification centre on the hospital premises.  The community of Smooth Rock Falls is a small northern town of approximately 1,800 people of which 85 percent are French speaking.  The Hospital was designated under the provincial French Language Services Act in 1993. 

Services offered by the 71 staff include: Laboratory, Radiology, Occupational Therapy, Recreational Therapy, Acute Care Nursing, Long Term Care Nursing and Emergency Services.  The Hospital is supported by two local family physicians who provide 24-hour coverage at the facility.  Specialist services are offered by the Timmins & District Hospital radiology group and other visiting specialists.

The catchment area includes the sparsely populated areas along Highway 11 and a portion of the village of Fauquier, twenty miles to the west.  The total catchment population is about 3,500 people.  The closest major community is Timmins which is 110 kilometres to the south.  The primary industry in the area is a paper kraft mill employing 400 individuals and several other smaller forest-related industries.


Diagnostic Imaging Department
700 Ross Ave. East
Timmins, ON P4N 8P2
(705) 267-2131

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Timmins ad District Hospital

Opened in 1993, the Timmins and District Hospital (TDH) is one of the newer hospitals in Ontario.  The Timmins and District Hospital serves as a primary and secondary referral facility for the residents of the City of Timmins.  TDH is also a referral centre for the Cochrane District plus portions of the Algoma, Timiskaming, Kenora and Sudbury Districts.  The Hospital is a 167-bed facility with a staff of 750 and 128 active volunteers.  Timmins and District Hospital receive about 8,000 in-patient admissions and 90,000 out-patient visits of which over 40,000 were to the Emergency Department. 

TDH has made significant strides to accommodate the increasing demand for health care in the District by employing out-patient and ambulatory approaches for less complex medical services.  There is an increasing acuity of in-patient care, reinforcing the need for complete medical and diagnostic facilities.

TDH is the only full service hospital offering a broad range of primary, secondary and some tertiary care services to the residents of the Cochrane and Timiskaming Districts.  Provision of advanced diagnostic modalities such as Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Interventional Radiology and echocardiography services have permitted TDH to provide quality health care to patients locally and regionally.



Diagnostic Imaging Department
P.O. Box 34
Moose Factory, ON P0L 1W0
(705) 658-4544 ext 2305
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Weeneebayko General Hospital

The 58 bed Weeneebayko General Hospital provides a wide range of primary care services to the First Nations people living in Moose Factory and Moosonee and along the western shore of James Bay.  This includes communities such as Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, New Post, and Peawanuck, which have a minimal level of local care. 

Approximately 165 employees support the delivery of dermatology, ENT, internal medicine clinics obstetrics, cardiology and radiology on a visiting physician basis.  In the past, secondary level care was obtained from teaching hospital centres in southern Ontario at significant added cost.  There has been a major increase in the number of aboriginal patients seeking medical care in Timmins on a routine basis.  Three major factors have helped to promote this new referral pattern:

  • a growing outreach program by Timmins physicians;

  • the 1997 opening of a First Nations out-patient medical hostel in Timmins for the families of James Bay patients; and

  • the introduction of three new daily flights from the James Bay communities to Timmins.