If you are searching for opportunities with one of the largest community hospitals in Ontario, providing patient-centred care to the Waterloo Region, Wellington County and Southwestern Ontario, then you’ve come to the right place! Whether you are looking for a specific job opportunity, a volunteer position, student placement or physician role, you can find this information and much more here.
Grand River Hospital (GRH) provides a wide range of care programs and services, Advancing Exceptional Care in the provision of 15 patient care programs at the KW and Freeport campuses located in Kitchener, and smaller satellites located in Guelph and the Palmerston areas. The KW campus houses our primary acute care services and is located in downtown Kitchener. It offers a fast-paced environment in an urbanized setting. The hospital’s Freeport campus is the home of the specialized mental health program, complex continuing care and rehabilitation, outpatient services and breast screening. Located in the south of Kitchener close to Highway 401, Freeport has evolved over a century to become a key care site for patients in the Kitchener-Waterloo region.
We employ over 3,200 highly skilled and dedicated employees, over 600 professional staff (such as physicians and midwives) and over 1,000 volunteers.
Join our team. Help shape the future of healthcare.
Grand River Hospital is committed to providing and fostering a safe, healthy and respectful workplace for all staff, physicians, volunteers and students, free from violence and harassment. We are also committed to providing an environment that is accessible and inclusive for all. GRH was built on the principles of respect and quality. That legacy continues through our core values of compassion, collaboration, positive attitude, professionalism and respect.
We are looking for dedicated professionals who share our values and vision for excellence in Advancing Exceptional Care. We are people serving people and we want to ensure that we have a talented team that meets and exceeds the needs of our patients every day. At GRH, we work with the communities we serve towards life-long health and well-being for all.
We exist to provide exceptional care through inspired people, one patient at a time. Develop your skills in a new setting, collaborate with dedicated co-workers, and bring your own personal vision to life. If nothing feels better than making a difference in the lives of others, this is the opportunity for you.
Kathy Popaleni: bringing different care providers together for a stronger hospitalJanuary 21, 2017
Kathy is GRH’s respectful workplace consultant. She works with people at all levels throughout the hospital to improve working environments, address human rights issues and resolve conflict.
GRH presented with Healthy Workplace Award from Region of Waterloo for second consecutive yearOctober 28, 2016
For the second consecutive year, Grand River Hospital has been named a Gold Award recipient for the "Healthy Workplace Award" by the Waterloo Region Public Health's Project Health campaign.
Inpatient surgery resource nurse Claire Birrell wins GRH award of excellenceOctober 13, 2016
Claire Birrell has earned the respect of staff and patients in Grand River Hospital’s inpatient surgery unit. Claire has won the hospital’s award of excellence for October.
Hannah Marcus wins September award of excellence for outstanding leadership of dietetic internship programSeptember 28, 2016
Registered dietitian Hannah Marcus has won GRH’s September award of excellence for her work leading the hospital’s dietetic internship program., one of only 14 such post-graduate internships in Canada.
Nancy Evans: an award-winning provider of life-sustaining careAugust 24, 2016
Nancy Evans, a GRH nurse leader who helps people undergoing life-sustaining kidney treatment at home, has won GRH's latest award of excellence for her care and dedication.
GRH staff and physicians show their Hip prideAugust 20, 2016
On the day of the Tragically Hip's final show in Kingston, GRH staff and physicians recalled their favorite Hip songs.