The Freeport Campus is located at 3570 King Street East in Kitchener.
Overall, the focus of the Freeport Campus is to support patients through rehabilitation and recovery. Health programs provided at Freeport include:
- Complex continuing care;
- Longer-term specialized mental health;
- Mammography; and
- A kidney dialysis satellite.
The main switchboard number for Freeport is 519-742-3611.
Please remember Grand River Hospital is a smoke free hospital. Please do not smoke anywhere in hospital buildings or on the property.
A large main parking lot is located right outside the Freeport Campus main entrance. Please take a parking ticket at the entry gate, and use the payment machines near the exit gates as you’re leaving.
A parking lot is also available for specialized mental health patients and visitors. It is accessible from Morrison Road. This lot requires you to pay for parking first and display your proof of payment on the dashboard of your car.
General parking rates at Freeport are $3 per half hour and $14 per day, with discounts available for longer term patients. Please visit our parking page for more information.
The Freeport Campus is available via the following Grand River Transit’s Route 10 (Chicopee). It stops on Morrison Road. A path from Morrison Road will lead you to the Freeport front entrance.
Susan Rogers: your breathing, her careOctober 20, 2018
Susan Rogers is part of Grand River Hospital's complement of respiratory therapists. She and her colleagues are experts in supporting patients who have difficulty breathing and require life support.
An update on limits on cannabis use at GRHOctober 17, 2018
Under the Smoke Free Ontario Act, anyone seeking to smoke or vape tobacco or cannabis must do so away from Grand River Hospital property.
GRH Freeport Campus now a stop on GRT Flex transit pilot routeOctober 9, 2018
Grand River Hospital’s Freeport Campus is now a stop on a pilot Grand River Transit (GRT) Flex transit route, offering on-demand service for patients, families and members of the hospital community.
Dr. Ben McCutchen: leading an important discussion on medical assistance in dyingSeptember 27, 2018
GRH is pleased to welcome Dr. Ben McCutchen from Homewood Health to our upcoming Day in Psychiatry education event on November 7th 2018. He'll lead a workshop on important questions of the mental health care implications of medical assistance in dying.
Living With Stroke sessions this fall to support survivors and family membersSeptember 27, 2018
Grand River Hospital is pleased to support this fall’s group learning sessions of Living With Stroke in Kitchener. The hospital is partnering with Heart and Stroke as well as the A.R. Kaufman Family YMCA to hold the sessions.
Hospital Elder Life Program: supporting patients, boosting health sciences learning for young peopleSeptember 22, 2018
GRH's hospital elder life program (HELP) is marking its sixth anniversary, with more than 2,000 patients having benefited from the program designed to improve recovery and reduce hospital-associated delerium.