Jesse ONeil was inspired by the care he witnessed in the Emergency Department while working as an EVS Aide.
Shovels in the ground for new South Niagara hospital
On Tuesday, July 18, Premier Doug Ford along with Sylvia Jones, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, and Kinga Surma, Minster of Infrastructure, joined Niagara Health and the Niagara Health Foundation to break ground on the 1.3-million-square-foot hospital.
We are thrilled to share our 2022-2023 Annual Report
Creating a healthy Niagara is a collaborative effort and we thank our partners, community and our team of more than 7,300 staff, physicians and volunteers who we count on to deliver Extraordinary Caring.
Celebrating our Awards of Excellence nominees and recipients
On Tuesday, June 27, we recognized 96 nominees and presented nine awards during our Awards of Excellence ceremony.
Consider care options for non-emergency concerns
Our Emergency Department (ED) staff and physicians are working hard to serve all patients with safe, quality care in a timely manner. EDs are a very dynamic environment and things can change quickly depending on the urgent needs of patients.
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.
Building a Healthier Niagara
Momentum continues with the planning and design of the South Niagara Site, located in Niagara Falls. Learn more
We are Niagara Health
Our team is made up of more than 7,300 employees, physicians, volunteers and patient partners who contribute to our purpose of providing Extraordinary Caring. Every Person. Every Time. These are some of their stories.
Niagara Health Navigator is a mobile app that gives you access to a growing set of resources to help you navigate your care journey. Join us and the over 47,000 people who have already downloaded the app. Learn More
With three new additions to the team that was established in January, Niagara Health continues to make better support of Indigenous patients and their families a priority.
‘There’s no better feeling than saving a life’: NH physicians travel to Guyana to help patients with kidney disease
The quartet of doctors self-finance their humanitarian efforts to provide healthcare to those facing barriers, including performing fistula procedures that sustain dialysis treatment.