Bonnyville Health Centre
Bonnyville Health Centre is the focal point for health care in the vibrant Lakeland region—offering emergency, acute, long-term, palliative care and cancer treatments in a consolidated health facility built in 1986. The centre took over services provided by the Duclos Hospital (est. 1917, closed 1985) and St. Louis Hospital (est. 1919 by the Sisters of Charity Notre Dame d’Evron).
2011/12 Stats: 336 staff, 74 volunteers, 63 beds
Bonnyville Health Centre fact sheet
Killam Health Centre
Established by the Sisters of St. Joseph of London in 1930, the facility offers the people of Killam and Flagstaff County individual and family centered health services, including 24-hour emergency, diagnostic, therapeutic and continuing care.
2011/12 Stats: 119 staff, 95 volunteers, 50 beds
Killam Health Centre fact sheet
Mary Immaculate Hospital, Mundare
Founded by the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate in 1929 and rooted in Ukrainian Catholic history and tradition of hospitality, the team cares for people of all faiths and traditions who require long-term care and support, or assistance through a mental health adult day program.
2011/12 Stats: 67 staff, 14 volunteers, 30 beds
Mary Immaculate Hospital fact sheet
St. Joseph’s General Hospital, Vegreville
With a history stretching back to 1910 and the founding Sisters of Charity of Notre Dame d’Evron, the hospital offers the highest standard of acute care and out-patient services in the heart of rural Alberta.
2011/12 Stats: 178 staff, 9 volunteers, 25 beds
St. Joseph's General Hospital fact sheet
St. Mary’s Hospital, Camrose
St. Mary’s is a modern, progressive hospital, serving a diverse and growing municipality and rural community with a wide range of acute care services in the spirit of hospitality and compassion. Founded by the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul in 1924, the original buildings were replaced in 1989.
2011/12 Stats: 425 staff, 97 volunteers, 76 beds
St. Mary's Hospital fact sheet