Niagara Regional Council has committed $44.5 million in principle to support the South Niagara hospital’s local share funding portion.
Niagara Health celebrates National Pride Month
Today marks the first day of Niagara Health’s month-long Pride activities – a time for celebration and reflection.
Youth ages 12-17 and adults 18+ are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Make an appointment online at Ontario.ca/book-vaccine or call 1-833-943-3900.
Niagara Health gradually lifting COVID-19 Emergency Measures
At Niagara Health, our inpatient COVID-19 activity is at its lowest since April 8. Our ICU capacity is stabilizing, which enables the surgical program to ramp up services postponed during the third wave.
Visitor restrictions at Niagara Health
We understand that patients may need support while in hospital, and as part of our commitment to patient and family-centred care, there will be options available to them.
Who We Are
Niagara Health is entering an era of great opportunity and the inspiration behind this is one, unifying goal: To provide all of our patients, families, staff, physicians, students, learners and volunteers extraordinary experiences.
Planning for hospital services in Niagara Falls and Welland is moving forward. We have a solid plan in place and will continue to have a strong presence in our communities. Find out more
Quality & Performance
We are national leaders in quality and safety, with 20 recognized Leading Practices hospitals across the country can use to improve quality and safety in their organizations. We are also extremely proud to be accredited with Exemplary Standing. Learn More
Innovation plays a vital role in improving healthcare delivery, patient satisfaction and patient outcomes. We launched Niagara Health Navigator digital platform, a significant step in revolutionizing the way patients connect to healthcare information and their care providers. Learn More
Niagara Health’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre hours are changing effective June 14, 2021.
A unit outbreak of COVID-19 has been declared on Unit D/Stroke Unit at our Niagara Falls Site due to three healthcare-associated patient cases.