About NBRHC



The North Bay Regional Health Centre (NBRHC) is a unique healthcare organization with three primary roles. It provides acute care services to North Bay and its surrounding communities, it is the district referral centre providing specialist services for smaller communities in the area, and it is the specialized mental health service provider serving all of northeast Ontario

NBRHC has 420 beds and numerous outpatient and outreach services in North Bay and throughout the northeast region.

NBRHC is one of four major acute care hospitals serving northeast Ontario; the others being Sault Area Hospital, Timmins and District Hospital and Health Sciences North (Sudbury). The area is also served by small community hospitals like Mattawa and West Nipissing General hospitals.

NBRHC’s Regional Mental Health Services provides inpatient beds in North Bay and Sudbury and outpatient and outreach services that throughout the region—from Hudson Bay to Muskoka from Sault Ste. Marie to the Quebec border.

A major teaching centre for students in medicine, psychiatry, nursing and allied health professions, NBRHC is proud to be affiliated with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Nipissing University, Canadore College and several other Ontario colleges and universities.

North Bay Regional Health Centre is chairing the development of a regional Academic Health Science Research Network to better address the unique needs of the north and overcome barriers that impact academic health care. It will try to ensure the translation of knowledge into innovative healthcare solutions.

NBRHC is truly a caring place. Our staff and physicians maintain high standards and are flexible and innovative and ready to try new approaches that will improve patient care. Patients and their families repeatedly tell us that they appreciate the warm and skilful care they receive at NBRHC.

For further information visit our website at www.nbrhc.on.ca