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Specialty Clinics - 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.

Please come alone to your appointment to help us ensure physical distancing and to allow for patients to come to clinics safely. In special circumstances, the Manager may approve a support person to accompany a patient to Outpatient clinic appointments. Any exception to the visitor restrictions must be approved by the unit or clinic manager.

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

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; 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.

What this program does...

Specialty Clinics is an outpatient clinic that provides a host of specialized medical services to patients living in the greater Hamilton and surrounding area. Specialty clinics at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton King Campus include:

  • Dermatology
  • Respirology
  • Orthopaedics/Fracture clinic
  • Rheumatology
  • Pain Clinics
  • Continence Clinics
  • Cardiology

How this program helps...

Individuals with complex and/or ongoing health concerns need help from time to time to maintain or improve their health and quality of life. SJHH King Campus Specialty Clinics conduct assessment, diagnosis, treatment and on-going care in the areas of Dermatology, Respirology, Othopaedics, Rheumatology, Pain, Continence and Cardiology. Each clinic provides a variety of rehabilitation and wellness services as a continuum of care as well as training and information for patients and families to provide care in the home.

Your Care Team

The Specialty Clinics care team consists of various healthcare providers including Specialist Physicians, Registered Nurses and administrative support staff.  Our goal is to provide patients with quality care and a variety of strategies to help treat and manage symptoms of their condition.


Specialty Clinics

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton - King Campus
2757 King Street East
Hamilton, ON
L8G 5E4
Tel: 905-573-4823
Fax: 905-573-4845

Referral Process

Referrals to Specialty Clinics are made by physician referral only. Please contact your physician if you believe you could benefit from a Specialty Clinic at SJHH – King Campus.

Patients will be contacted when an appointment time has been determined.

Preparing for Your Visit

Please arrive 15-30 minutes earlier than your scheduled appointment time.  Proof of a valid health card is required at each visit.

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

Maps & Directions

Specialty Clinics
Room 1300
St. Joseph’s Healthcare-King Campus-Lower Level
2757 King Street East
Hamilton, ON
L8G 5E4

Please click here for maps and directions to our King Campus.

Registration Procedures

Please present to registration desk upon arrival.  Patients will be called in order of appointment.  Wait times can vary depending on activity of the clinic that day.  Patients are required to pay for parking.