Patient Care Programs
Grace Hospital's diverse and comprehensive set of patient care programs are organized into four major categories: Medicine Program, Surgery Program, Emergency Services Program and the Specialty Services Program.
The Medicine Program provides a variety of services to in-patients and out-patients. Each year, more that 2,500 individuals are admitted to one of three in-patient units. The program includes a 30-bed Clinical Teaching Unit, which provides a practice setting for various student groups including the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine students as well as post-graduate medical physicians.
- Adult Medical Clinic
A part of the Medicine Program, the Adult Medical Clinic is located in the Dorothy Wood Building at Grace Hospital. It provides treatment and support to over 20,000 individuals in an out-patient capacity. Various clinics include General Internal Medicine and Surgery Clinics, Early Arthritis Clinics, Endocrinology & Metabolism Clinics, Allergy / Asthma Clinics, and Risk Management Clinics.
- Vascular Clinic and Vascular Lab
Located in the Dorothy Wood Building at Grace Hospital.
Each year, more than 10,000 surgical procedures are performed at Grace Hospital. Our main specialty areas include orthopedics, urology, general surgery, neurological / spinal surgery, endoscopy and gynecology. We are home to the ACSS (acute care surgical service) which provides 24/7, emergency general surgery services. Many surgical procedures are conducted on a day surgery basis, while others require a longer-term stay on one of our surgical units.
Emergency Services Program
Our Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is equipped to handle emergencies including heart attack, broken bones and any other form of illness. The department treats over 27,000 patients each year.
Specialty Services Program
The Hospice is a state-of-the-art, 12-bed palliative care facility located on the grounds
of Grace Hospital.
- Cancer Care Clinics
In association with the WRHA Oncology Program and Cancer Care Manitoba, Grace Cancer Care Clinics provide initial assessment, treatment and follow up care, and support for families and individuals who are living with progressing and serious illness.
- Mental Health Program
The Mental Health Program helps patients and their families deal with mental illness and its impact on their lives. The program provides emergency care through the Psychiatric Emergency Nurse in the Emergency Department, in-patient care for individuals with severe mental health issues on the 1 North Unit and longer term care on the Extended Treatment Unit. In addition to the in-patient units the program operates two out-patient clinics. The Psychiatric Ambulatory Clinic (PAS) provides group therapy services to individuals experiencing disorders. The Long Acting Neuroleptic Clinic (LAN) provides support to patients requiring prescribed medications to maintain their optimal level of functioning in the community.
- Critical Care Program
Our 8-bed Intensive Care Unit provides support to unstable patients in critical condition. Patients receive around-the-clock monitoring and care from a highly specialized professional team. The Critical Care Program also provides central cardiac monitoring for an additional six patients dispersed throughout the hospital.
The Grace also offers a host of other programs and services including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, social work services, speech language services, spiritual care, pharmacy services, clinical nutrition services, home care services, aboriginal health services, diagnostic imaging, laboratory, educational resources, a university-affiliated library and much more.