Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre is the tertiary or acute care centre to
Northwestern Ontario, capturing a regional referral area of approximately 250,000,
covering a geographical area the size of France. Our local and immediate surrounding
municipalities have a population base of approximately 125,000 people. We are
also the regional trauma and stroke centre for Northwestern Ontario.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre is innovative and progressive.
Our new-state-of-the-art facility has both on-site and remote access to digital
imaging and the electronic medical record. MRI and CT capabilities, as well
as tele-medicine, tele-radiology, tele-stroke and tele-education capabilities.
In 2002, the Hospitalist Program
was developed to meet the ongoing orphan in-patient needs, due to a shortage
of family physicians in this community. The 22 bed closed Intensive
Care Unit is supported by Intensivists, physicians with additional 2 years
of critical care training.
Family Practitioners have access and referral to every subspecialty
service with the exception of Cardiac Surgery, however, there
is a visiting specialist program to meet the cardiac surgical
needs of this community. Please click here for a complete
listing of our physicians.
We are also closely affiliated with the new Northern
Ontario School of Medicine, a dual campus model with Lakehead University,
Thunder Bay and Laurentian University in Sudbury. Academic opportunities may
exist within both these programs. Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
also provides clinical placement and elective opportunities for undergraduate
and post graduate learners of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
Click here to access
the complete listing of current medical staff opportunities at TBRHSC.
Medical and Academic Affairs
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
980 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Phone: (807) 684-6028
Fax: (807) 684-5893