Brockville General Hospital is a three-site community hospital that recently marked 125 years of service to the United Counties of
Leeds and Grenville—serving a catchment area of 66,000 residents (a mix of rural and smaller urban communities including the City of Brockville) and
referral area of up to 125,000 people. We are located approximately 85 kilometres east of Kingston, Ontario, nestled on the northern shore of the St.
Lawrence River and framed by the beautiful Thousand Islands region.
The BGH Charles Street Site offers full acute care services, including emergency and intensive
care, medical/surgical care, and obstetrical care. Various ambulatory clinics are also available, along with day surgery, ECG, stress testing,
radiology, ultrasound and an Ontario Breast Screening Clinic. The BGH Garden Street Site specializes in complex/palliative care, and
rehabilitation. In addition to these, BGH sponsors an Assault Response & Care Centre.
On April 1st, 2012, BGH assumed governance of mental health acute care services for Leeds, Grenville and South Lanark. These services
include the BGH Elmgrove Site (formerly Elmgrove Unit) on the grounds of the Brockville Mental Health Centre, the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Team of Leeds, Grenville & South Lanark, and the Mental Health Crisis Team of Leeds & Grenville which provides support to the BGH Emergency
Department, inpatient and outpatient services.
Brockville General Hospital employs over 830 staff; in addition, we rely on the support of over 140 physicians and 350 volunteers. BGH
maintains a formal academic relationship with Queen’s University in Kingston, and is an active member of the South East LHIN.