The Niagara Health assessment centre in St. Catharines is extending its hours twice a week starting on Oct. 19 to increase appointment availability. The drive-in centre will take appointments for a COVID-19 test from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Getting tested for COVID-19
Niagara Health has re-opened its COVID-19 drive-through assessment centre at the St. Catharines Site. This will be in addition to the assessment centre in Niagara Falls.
Get tested for COVID-19 if you’re experiencing symptoms, if you’ve been exposed to a confirmed case or if you work in a setting with an outbreak.
Plan your visit
We know how important visitors are to our patients who have been admitted to the hospital. There are a number of infection prevention and control measures in place for everyone’s safety, and these measures must be followed throughout your visit.
Niagara Health releases Annual Report, Courage and Hope
Our virtual Annual General Meeting allowed us to reflect on the many examples of courage and hope demonstrated over the last year as Niagara pulled together to respond to the unprecedented demands of COVID-19.
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
A Niagara Health Emergency Department physician leader is among the top 102 “Best & Brightest” Executive MBA graduates from across the world.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Niagara Health is urging anyone who is due or overdue for breast screening to schedule an appointment. Women aged 50 to 74 who are at average risk for breast cancer can schedule a mammogram (without a doctor’s referral) every two years through the Ontario Breast Screening Program (OBSP).