Commitment to Accessibility   

Brockville General Hospital is committed to making BGH as “barrier-free” as possible, through:

The continual improvement of access to facilities, policies, programs, practices and services for patients and their family members, staff, health care practitioners, volunteers and members of the community;
The participation of people with disabilities in the development and review of its annual accessibility plans;
Ensuring hospital by-laws and policies are consistent with the principles of accessibility; and
The establishment and ongoing capability of an Accessibility Task Group.


The aim of this report is to describe those measures that the Brockville General Hospital has taken over the past while, and will take during 2007-2008 to identify, remove and prevent barriers to accessing Brockville General Hospital’s facilities and services, for patients/residents/clients, staff, physicians, volunteers, visitors and other members of the community.

This report will:

1.  Describe the process by which the Brockville General Hospital identifies, removes, and prevents barriers to people with disabilities.

2.  Review the progress Brockville General Hospital has made in removing and preventing barriers that were previously identified in its facilities, policies, programs, practices and services.

3.  Describe the measures Brockville General Hospital will take in the coming year to identify, remove and prevent barriers to people with disabilities.

4.  Describe the ways that Brockville General Hospital will make this accessibility plan available to the public.

2014-19 Accessibility Plan

Travel and Hospitality Reports