Located in North Grenville, Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) is a fully-accredited health care facility committed to building healthy communities. It offers a full range of services including an emergency department open 24 hours a day. A National Research Corporation Canada Report entitled Patient Ratings of Overall Care and Likelihood to Recommend Hospitals (2014) placed KDH in the top 10 per cent in Ontario for inpatient care experiences. Patients rated the hospital in categories of patient satisfaction and for the overall care they received and their likelihood of recommending the hospital to family and friends. KDH opened a $24-million expansion of its facility in 2010. The expansion included state-of-the-art operating rooms, the Tallman Family Emergency Department and new diagnostic imaging equipment. Kemptville District Hospital was rated in the top 10 per cent for its Emergency Department in 2013.

KDHsEmergencywing.jpgIn 2012 and through a unique partnership with Ottawa Hospital, KDH launched its Total Joint Replacement orthopaedic surgery program. It has since been recognized by the Ontario Hospital Association.  KDH also earned the highest level of  satisfaction in Ontario for its emergency room, day surgery, inpatient surgery and medical care. Visit the hospital's website for more information about programming. (see the link below).


 Brockville General Hospital (BGH,  is a four-site community hospital with over 129 years of service to the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, serving a catchment area of 66,000 residents and a referral area of up to 125,000 people.  

The BGH Charles Street Site offers full acute care services, including emergency and intensive care, medical, surgical and obstetrical care. Various ambulatory clinics are also available, along with day surgery, ECG, stress testing, radiology, ultrasound and an Ontario Breast Screening Clinic. The BGH Garden Street Site specializes in complex/palliative care and rehabilitation. In addition to these, BGH sponsors an Assault Response and Care Centre.


BGH assumed governance of mental health acute care services for Leeds, Grenville and South Lanark in 2012. These services include the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team of Leeds, Grenville and South Lanark, and the Mental Health Crisis Team of Leeds & Grenville, which provides support to the BGH Emergency Department, inpatient and outpatient services. Visit the link below for more information.


 BGH is located one hour away from two tertiary care and academic centres in both Ottawa and Kingston (see links below).


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The following external links take you to hospital websites including neighbouring regions.