St. Boniface is a large hospital that covers a wide variety of specialities and has some very hi-tech equipment at its disposal. The hospital was established by the Sisters of Charity of Montreal (also known as the Grey Nuns) and is a Catholic Tertiary hospital that is associated with the University of Manitoba.
St. Boniface Hospital was initially established in 1871, located at the fork of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers and was the first hospital in Western Canada. The hospital was originally only a small four bed facility but it has since grown to become a leading patient care and research facility in Canada; an accolade that is a direct result of continued efforts to improve healthcare for the communities that the hospital serves.
St. Boniface’s is one of Manitoba’s largest healthcare facilities, and is comprised of some 180 departments across a complex of seven buildings. The hospital maintains close links with community healthcare centres and other Grey Nun facilities within Manitoba.
|Hospital type||Referral/Teaching Hospital|
|Local language||English / French|
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