Seven Oaks General Hospital
|Seven Oaks General Hospital|
|Winnipeg Regional Health Authority|
|Location||2300 McPhillips Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada|
|Care system||Public Medicare (Canada)|
|Website||http://www.sogh.ca/ Seven Oaks General Hospital|
|Lists||Hospitals in Canada|
Seven Oaks General Hospital is a community hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It was founded in 1981 by community leaders and approved by the province of Manitoba to serve the needs of the northern part of Winnipeg and surrounding area. Seven Oaks is also a major provider of Emergency Medical services, a hub for Kidney Health services, a centre for general surgery and orthopedic surgery, and has a large commitment to Family Medicine, both in terms of in patient medical care, but also as a centre for the training of medical residents and the home of a new private medical clinic. The hospital also offers aboriginal health services, an access to care clinic, an intensive care unit, lab and diagnostic services, a library, an oncology clinic, as well as mental health and spiritual care.
In 1996, a Wellness Institute was built to promote health and wellness. The facility includes work-out equipment, a track and programs for youth and adults for rehabilitation and health maintenance.
"Showing the way forward on kidney health" Canstar Community News. Retrieved Jan 16, 2013
"Home dialysis boon to quality of life" Interlake Today. Retrieved 22 Aug 2012 "Seven Oaks, WRHA officially unveil upgrades" Canstar Community News. Retrieved 24 October 2012
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