About the Grace Hospital
Grace Hospital is and has been a place where many of life’s most important moments take place. The Grace Hospital plays an integral role in the delivery of health care services in Winnipeg, and has done so since 1904. Our job is to address your individual health care needs as effectively as possible.
The Grace is a 251–bed facility that supports patients from all areas of Winnipeg and surrounding communities and is the cornerstone of the Grace Health Campus, which also includes Grace Hospice and Access Winnipeg West.
“At the Grace Hospital, we see the person first and understand that each person’s health care needs are unique and special. We provide all care with hope, healing, and compassion.”
~Kellie O’Rourke, Chief Operating Officer, Grace Health Campus, including Grace Hospital
Grace Hospital is an operating division of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and plays an integral role in the delivery of health care services in Winnipeg. We are one of three acute care sites in Winnipeg, along with Health Sciences Centre and St. Boniface Hospital, which means we have a full service Emergency Department, critical care and a full complement of acute care services.
– Emergency We provide emergency medicine 24/7 in our state of the art 35,000 square foot Emergency Department.
– Critical Care Our 10-bed Intensive Care Unit provides around the clock care for critically ill patients.
– Surgery Over 11,000 surgical procedures are conducted at the Grace each year, including hip and knee replacement surgery, urologic surgery and general surgery. We are an orthopedic trauma surgery centre, as well as an Acute Care Surgical Services site, conducting both types of these surgical procedures 24 hours a day.
– Medicine A teaching site, our program is affiliated with the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine and provides care in three separate in-patient units.
– Other Services The Grace is equipped with a full spectrum of support services on site, including: intensive care, surgery, occupational therapy, internal medicine, physiotherapy, respiratory therapy, social work services, diagnostic imaging, Indigenous health services, clinical nutrition services, cancer care, lab, educational resources, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, pharmacy, spiritual care, cancer care, and much more.
By The Numbers (Annually)
The Grace Health Campus completes:
- 11,000 Surgical Procedures
- 45,000 Emergency Department Visits
- 6,500 Inpatient Admissions
- 25,000 Clinic Visits
- 4,100 Primary Care Visits
- 900,000 Home Care Visits in St. James-Assiniboia and Assiniboine South
- 17,500 Access Winnipeg West Walk-In Clinic Visits
- 17,500 Primary Care Clinic Visits
The Diagnostic Imaging Department completes:
- 17,000 CT Scans
- 7,000 MRI Scans
- 36,000 X-Rays
- 11,000 Ultrasound Appointments
- 1,500 Flouroscopy Appointments
- 2,750 Nuclear Medicine Appointments
Our Role in the Health Care System
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) is an organization of people caring for people. It is an organization of committed professionals who support each other in the delivery of health services and protect the health and promote the well being of the people within the Winnipeg health region.
The Winnipeg health region consists of residents of the City of Winnipeg as well as the Rural Municipalities of East and West St. Paul, with a total population of just over 750,000 people. The WRHA also provides health care support to nearly half a million rural Manitobans and the residents of Northwestern Ontario and Nunavut.
More than 28,000 people work in the Winnipeg health region, with an annual operating budget of nearly $1.8 billion. The WRHA also operates or funds over 200 health service facilities and programs that work within this region providing or promoting various activities that enhance the health and well-being of our community.