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SJHH / About/ Our Locations/ King Campus

King Campus

COVID-19 Update

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is beginning to reintroduce surgical and outpatient services slowly using a gradual, phased approach.  Some individuals, based on the severity of their condition and care needs, are being scheduled for procedures and treatments.

If you are a patient, your care team will contact you with more information when you are rebooked or booked for your treatment.

If you have concerns, please call your family physician. If there is an emergency, please call 911 and go the hospital immediately. If you have an urgent issue, please go to an urgent care centre. If this is a mental health emergency, call 9-1-1, the Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST) at 905.972.8338 or online at coasthamilton.ca; go to your nearest hospital Emergency Department. St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton has Emergency Psychiatry Services at 50 Charlton Avenue East, Hamilton.

We are doing our best to serve all patients as quickly as possible, while ensuring the safety of our staff, patients and community. Thank you for your continued patience.

Click here for more information about your appointment and the reintroduction of services.

Click here for more information about the gradual reintroduction of visitors to inpatient areas.

An out-patient facility located at 2757 King St. East, St. Joseph’s King Campus is a pioneer in Ontario’s health care system. With a focus on delivering patient-centred care to the residents of Stoney Creek, East Hamilton, and the broader Hamilton-Wentworth Region, programs and services at our King Campus range from a Regional Eye Institute (providing eye care and cataract surgery) to pain management services, a Mature Women’s Health Centre, a 39-bed satellite Dialysis Clinic, and education programs including asthma management, nutrition and diabetes clinics.

Our King Campus is also home to St. Joseph’s Urgent Care Centre, providing access to care for non-life threatening emergencies, with volumes equal to those of the Emergency Department at the Charlton Campus.

We ask that you do not bring any valuables with you as the hospital cannot be responsible for lost or stolen personal items.