Children-only emergency room care. Doctors, nurses, and other health professionals assess and treat life-threatening injuries or severe illness. Specializes in acute pediatrics. Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.
The Hamilton Museum of Mental Health Care is committed to the collection, interpretation and continued preservation of the history of mental health care at St.
Supports patient care at Hamilton Health Sciences through the operation of cafes, cafeterias, parking facilities, Give Shops, and retail services across the organization.
Specialized service and treatment for individuals who have behaviours related to a diagnosis of dementia. Program provides service to Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN) 4 (the regions of Niagara, Brant, and Halton).
City of Hamilton has partnered with three licensed home child care agencies to offer emergency licensed home child care to designated essential service workers during COVID-19. Eligible workers include those working in the following professions:
Assists people to explore and fulfill life expectations beyond psychiatric stabilization and health maintenance using a "partners in well-being" approach.
Offers residential and support services for youth experiencing challenges with their mental health and who may be experiencing difficulties in their current living situation.
Programs are available for youth ages 6 to 18
Retirement residence with private and semi-private rooms, and private and shared bathrooms.
Can accommodate couples.
Short stay is available when space permits (i.e. temporary, vacation, convalescent, respite care).
Provides person-centred, specialized mental health care for people with schizophrenia and related illnesses. Multi-disciplinary teams work in partnership with clients, caregivers, and other health care providers.
Works in conjunction with health and social service community partners, to identify seniors living in severe self-neglect, known as “Diogenes Syndrome”.