Welcome Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance

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Santé Manitouwadge Health is committed to treating people with disabilities with dignity which allows them to maintain their independence and have appropriate access to health care services. Santé Manitouwadge Health believes in equal opportunity and is committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities by preventing, removing and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

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Accessible Parking

  • Wheelchair accessible parking spaces are available near the main entrance to the hospital and primary care entrance.

Accessible Washrooms

  • Washrooms located in the patient rooms, emergency department, laboratory, diagnostic imaging and outpatient waiting room are accessible
  • All public washrooms are accessible

Handrails

  • Available in all main hallways

Service Animals

  • Persons with disabilities many enter the premises accompanied by their service animal and keep that animal with them in areas/premises that are open to the public, unless the animal is otherwise excluded by legislation. For examples, please see SMH policy on service animals

Wheelchairs

  • Available at the Main Entrance, Emergency Department and Primary Care Entrance

Fire Alarm System

  • Our fire alarm system incorporates an audible tone with flashing strobe lights.

Televisions

  • Televisions in patient rooms come with adjustable volume control and closed captioning

Community Feedback

Santé Manitouwadge Health would like the community to help us improve accessibility by sharing your questions, concerns or comments about the way we are providing care and service in an accessible manner.

Feedback will be handled in accordance with our Patient Concerns

Contact Us

By Email: jmacintyre@mh.on.ca

By Telephone: 807-826-3251 Ext. 228

By Mail:
Santé Manitouwadge Health
1 Healthcare Crescent
Manitouwadge ON
P0T 2C0
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