Canada is one of the largest countries in the world and is known to have vast and disperse territory. The country is organized into 10 provinces and 3 territories. Although Canada has a federal act that sets out mandates for universal healthcare, each province has a separate health plan for its residents and each plan is different. It is important to understand the individual requirements of each province and territory when it comes to seeking medical coverage. Some provinces will have waiting lists of 90 days to a few years to gain access to the healthcare provided there. We have provided an introductory list of hospitals and clinics in Canada, organized by province, to facilitate your search in finding appropriate care. Please note that there are many more hospitals and clinics in Canada, and this is simply a guideline to aid the process.

If you are an expatriate living in Canada, contact us for global health coverage or examine the plans we offer HERE.


Banff – Mineral Springs Hospital

305 Lynx St, Banff AB

Phone: +1-403-762-2222

High River General Hospital

560 9th Ave SW, High River, AB

Phone: +1-403-652-2200

Lamont Health care Center

5216 53rd St – Lamont AB

Phone: +1-780-895-2211

Sturgeon Community Hospital

201 Boudreau Dr., St Albert AB

Phone: +1-780-418-8200

British Columbia

Royal Columbian Hospital

330 E Columbia St, New Westminster, BC

Phone: +1-604-520-4253

St Pauls Hospital

1081 Burrard ST., Vancouver, BC

Phone: +1- 604-806-8622

Vancouver General Hospital 

899 W12th Ave., Vancouver BC


Victoria General Hospital

Victoria, BC

Phone: +1-250-727-4212


Grace Hospital

300 Booth Dr., Winnipeg MB

Phone: +1-204-837-0111

Seven Oaks Hospital

2300 McPhillips St, Winnipeg, MB

Phone: +1-204-632-7133

Victoria General Hospital

2340 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, MB



Hamilton General Hospital

237 Barton St E, Hamilton, ON

Phone: +1-905-521-2100

Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital

60 Cornelia St. W Smiths Fall, ON

Phone: +1-613-283-2330

St Josephs Hospital

268 Grosvenor St, London ON

Phone: +1-519-646-6100

Toronto General Hospital

200 Elizabeth St, Toronto, ON

Phone: +1-416-340-3111

New Brunswick

Chaleur Regional Hospital

1750 Sunset Dr., Bathurst NB

Phone: +1-506-544-3000

Hotel Dieu of St Joseph

Woodland Hill, Perth-Andover, NB


Saint John Regional Hospital

400 University Ave, Saint John, NB

Phone: +1-506-648-6000

Newfoundland & Labrador 

Burin Peninsula Health Care Centre

51-85 Main St., Burin, NL

Phone: +1-709-891-1040

James Paton Memorial Hospital

125 Trans Canada Hwy., Gander, NL


North-West Territories

Inuvik Regional Hospital

285 Mackenzie Rd., Inuvik, NT


Stanton Territorial Hospital

550 Byrne Rd., Yellowknife, NT


Nova Scotia

Digby General Hospital

75 Warwick St., Digby, NS


South Shore Regional Hospital 

90 Glen Allan Dr., Bridgewater, NS

Phone: +1-902-543-4603


Qikiqtani General Hospital 

1 Ring Rd., Iqaluit, NU

Phone: +1-867-975-8600


Prince County Hospital

65 Roy Boates Ave., Summerside, PE

Phone: +1-902-438-4200

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

60 Riverside Dr., Charlottetown, PE

Phone: +1-902-894-2111


Hôpital Notre-Dame

1560 Sherbrooke St. E., Montreal, QC

Phone: +1-514-890-8000

Shriners Hospital Canada

1003 Boulevard Décarie, Montreal, QB

Phone: +1-514-842-4464


Battlefords Union Hospital

1092 – 107 St., North Battleford, SK


Saskatoon City Hospital

701 Queen St, Saskatoon SK

Phone: +1-306-655-8000


Whitehorse General Hospital

5 Hospital Rd., Whitehorse, YT

Phone: +1-867-393-8700


We have put together a listing of the major hospitals and clinics by region for expatriates and international travellers. Note that we do not list all the hospitals and doctors that are available to expats, just a listing of up to five hospitals per country. In some countries where there are simply hundreds or thousands of hospitals and clinics, we will refer you to your international health insurance provider, embassy list or recommend a Google search. Note that we do not recommend or vouch for these medical clinics or hospitals, but are only providing a partial list of a few key medical centres that we have gathered to assist people living abroad. We strongly recommend that everyone follow their doctor’s advice and not delay obtaining medical assistance.