MGH campus transformation

MGH’s campus transformation continues with major renovation work this winter and spring. Patients and visitors can expect to experience hallway closures and detours around the hospital. Read more here.

First Nations, Inuit & Métis Services

Aboriginal Healing Program Update – April 2022

Please note that effective May 1, 2022, MGH’s Aboriginal Healing Program is no longer accepting referrals. During the COVID-19 pandemic, like many other healthcare services, the Aboriginal Healing Program transitioned to virtual care. Ahead of reopening to in-person visits, MGH conducted an extensive infection prevention and control assessment of the space on 2 College Street and determined that it no longer meets today’s COVID-19 standards for infrastructure and safe ventilation for sacred ceremonies.

On May 1, 2022, MGH is closing the Aboriginal Healing Program space on 2 College Street while we seek a new arrangement and partnership for Indigenous programs and services. In the interim, we are working closely with current community members of the Aboriginal Healing Program to identify a seamless transition plan for continued care and supports in the community.

We remain very committed to our path toward Truth and Reconciliation and will share more details as they become available. MGH is in the early stages of collaborating with local Indigenous community members and partners to explore how the hospital can continue to deliver culturally sensitive and safe Indigenous programming and services to clients and families.

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