At GRH, we want to offer an exciting environment to provide the best care, support staff as they grow with us, and support on-going research and education.
In this section, you'll find information pertaining to:
- GRH's Chief of Staff office;
- Receiving privileges;
- Continuing medical education; and
- How to refer a patient to the hospital.
Are you looking for a doctor or nurse practitioner for your own care? Please visit the Government of Ontario's Health Care Connect page for more information (opens in a new window).
Looking to refer a patient?
If you're a physician and would like to refer a patient to GRH, visit our referral page for referral forms and more information.Refer a patient
Children’s clinical teaching unit provides exceptional care while supporting medical educationFebruary 10, 2017
GRH is hosting 60 medical learners a year in its children’s clinical teaching unit. Clinical teaching units are important in both providing care and bringing the latest in education and research to supporting the needs of patients.
GRH's Day in Psychiatry helps provide family doctors latest knowledge for mental health careNovember 10, 2016
Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik was among 200 people who took part in GRH's third annual Day in Psychiatry, held on Wednesday November 9th in Kitchener. The conference has linked GRH’s mental health and addictions staff and physicians with primary care doctors and teams in the community.
GRH hosts Dialysis Education Day for patientsNovember 3, 2016
Grand River Hospital is giving patients the tools and knowledge they need to manage kidney disease on their own terms.
GRH and St. Mary’s interim chief of staff wins McMaster surgical teaching awardJune 24, 2016
Dr. Peter Potts, the interim chief of staff for Grand River Hospital and St. Mary’s General Hospital, has won an inaugural award recognizing excellence in surgical teaching.
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.
Renal fair gives medical students a taste of specialized care for people with kidney diseaseMay 12, 2016
Medical student Simone ten Kortenaar came away from the Waterloo Region Renal Fair amazed about how much teamwork is needed to help patients with kidney disease.