Health Sciences Centre: The largest WRHA-affiliated health care facility and one of the largest research and clinical trial centres in Manitoba. This tertiary care facility is a designated teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Manitoba. A wide spectrum of adult and pediatric research is conducted at the Centre annually. Researchers can access a variety of services for research through
St. Boniface Hospital: One of the largest tertiary health care facilities in Manitoba. The facility is a designated teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Manitoba. Researchers can access a variety of support services through
CancerCare Manitoba: Provides diagnostic services, treatment, supportive and palliative care to cancer patients in Manitoba. There are two locations in Winnipeg, one on the grounds of the Health Sciences Centre and the other on the grounds of St. Boniface General Hospital, and one centre located in Brandon, Manitoba. All centres conduct and support oncology research and clinical trials. The facility is a designated teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Manitoba. CancerCare Manitoba has several disease site research groups and provides support for research through the Research Institute of Oncology and Hematology (RIOH):
Seven Oaks General Hospital (SOGH): A community hospital located in Northwest Winnipeg and a major provider of Emergency Medicine and home of the Chronic Disease Innovation Centre and Wellness Institute. The institution has a focus on kidney research.
Victoria General Hospital (VGH): A community hospital located in South Winnipeg and one of two community hospitals in Winnipeg to partner with its geographic area community services to facilitate improved patient flow. The hospital is home to the Victoria Hospital Institute of Clinical Research and Evaluation
Grace General Hospital (GGH): A community hospital located in West Winnipeg. Patient care programs are organized into four major categories: Medicine Program, Surgery Program, Emergency Services Program and the Specialty Services Program.
Concordia General Hospital (CGH): A community hospital in Northeast Winnipeg. Concordia Hospital specializes in orthopedics involving joint replacements and is home to the Hip and Knee Institute.
The Deer Lodge Centre (DLC): A long-term care and rehabilitation facility located in West Winnipeg.
Misericordia Health Centre: Provides specialized and long-term care, including unique programs, such as the Buhler Eye Care Centre, Provincial Health Contact Centre, Sleep Disorder Centre, and Urgent Care Centre.
Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre (MATC): Provides a range of mental health services to children and adolescents who experience psychiatric and/or emotional disorders.
St. Amant: A care facility for children with developmental disabilities and autism.
Riverview Health Centre (RHC): A rehabilitation, palliative and long-term care facility.
Panam Clinic: A facility focusing on athletes and sports-related injuries.
Diagnostic Services Manitoba (DSM): Provides medical laboratory and medical imaging services to the province of Manitoba.
University of Manitoba Vaccine and Drug Evaluation Centre