Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) is a world-class acute healthcare facility. We offer an expansive range of specialist services, and are designated as an academic health sciences centre. As a teaching hospital, TBRHSC is a host training facility for students from NOSM University, as well as other medical schools. Our strategic commitment to research, innovation and learning drives a culture of excellence that has a measurable direct impact on patient care.
The facility itself has gained a worldwide reputation for its award-winning, innovative design. It is not your typical hospital. TBRHSC is architecturally designed to provide a more inviting and less stressful atmosphere for patients, visitors, and staff. TBRHSC is a model of functional design. The most common services are centrally located with complementing services placed as close to each other as possible. TBRHSC is technically advanced. Digital storage systems help make distance irrelevant with instant transfers of digital images (X-rays, MRI, etc.) throughout the Health Sciences Centre network and beyond.
Ultimately, our focus is to provide exceptional care for every patient, every time.
We are always looking for ways to improve our services. If you have any suggestions about how to make your care more effective, please let us know. All comments are kept strictly confidential. Please submit your compliments, concerns or comments at: https://feedback.tbrhsc.net.
We are experiencing impacts on our Inpatient units due to respiratory and influenza-like illnesses. For that reason, we are increasing our masking requirements effective Tuesday, September 26, 2023.
As of September 26, 2023, masking will be required on all Inpatient Clinical Units and in the Emergency Department. This masking requirement applies to all staff, professional staff, learners, volunteers and Essential Care Partners/Care Partners (ECPs/CPs). The masking requirements are as follows:
Our Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) team continuously monitors the need to expand masking requirements based on infection levels and should masking requirements change, they will be communicated broadly.
Know Your Health Care Options
Please be aware of the health care options that are available in our community. In the event of an emergency, always dial 9-1-1.
COVID-19, Flu, and RSV Resources
These resources, courtesy of the Ministry of Health, are meant to help ensure Ontarians have an understanding of the respiratory illnesses circulating in Ontario and the recommendation to stay up-to-date on vaccinations for COVID-19 and flu to protect themselves and others from severe illness.