Grand River Hospital’s (GRH) regional cancer centre is located in the Balsillie Family Building, next to GRH’s KW Campus at 835 King Street West in Kitchener. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
We are a full service cancer treatment and research centre. Our specialized areas of care include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, clinical trials, supportive care, inpatient oncology and palliative care.
Our KW Campus has several parking options for you depending on the length of your cancer treatment and/or hospital stay. Click here to view our various parking options.
If you’re a patient and would like to make an appointment change or need to contact a member of your health care team, please call us at 519-749-4380.
If you have a medical emergency after 4 pm, on a weekend or on a holiday, please go directly to the emergency department at Grand River Hospital or to your local hospital.
Patient and Family Advisory Council
Are you a former patient and looking to help transform the patient experience? Learn more about our Patient and Family Advisory Council and how you can make a difference in the care we provide.
A New Strategic Plan for Regional Cancer Services in Waterloo WellingtonSeptember 15, 2016
The Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program is proud to announce the launch of a new 2016-2019 plan for cancer services. For the first time, an extensive consultative process was undertaken with patients, families, care providers, staff and partners throughout Waterloo Wellington to identify the priorities for cancer care.
Patti Bambury: providing exceptional care to children living with cancerSeptember 6, 2016
Radiation therapy electronics and physics technicians win August GRH team awardAugust 15, 2016
GRH's radiation therapy electronics and physics technicians have won GRH’s team award of excellence for August. This team keeps the hospital’s five radiation treatment machines as well as medical imaging equipment used in care planning in tip-top shape.
GRH's regional cancer centre hosts McMaster medical students for clinical examsJune 15, 2016
For the first time in its nine-year history, McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine Waterloo Regional Campus carried out the first-year OSCE, or objective structured clinical examination, at Grand River Hospital’s regional cancer centre the evening of Tuesday June 14th.
Kelly Cronin: supporting patients on the path to tobacco-free livingMay 30, 2016
More than 37,000 people die every year in Canada from tobacco-related illnesses, the equivalent of two planes crashing every week for a year. GRH registered nurse Kelly Cronin is giving patients the support they need to avoid joining that statistic.
Discount parking available
GRH offers discount parking for patients and families who may have longer stays in the hospital.Find out more about parking discounts.