We encourage you to learn more about our medical staff and opportunities for both physicians and medical learners by clicking on the links below.
- General information about the chief of staff office, departmental leadership and the medical staff association
- Medical learner information including clinical placements, information for preceptors and observerships
If you're a physician wanting to refer a patient to Grand River Hospital, please visit our refer a patient page to obtain referral forms for the many programs and services we offer.
Celebrating GRH's resident physicians during Resident Awareness WeekFebruary 10, 2020
Grand River Hospital works closely with the McMaster Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine and the Centre for Family Medicine to train 250 medical residents each year. In honour of Resident Awareness Week, we asked some of our Waterloo Region residents why learning and practicing medicine in our hospital is important to them.
“Authentic, respectful and the definition of a true leader”: Family physician, Dr. Peter Kuhnert, wins the GRH Award of ExcellenceDecember 9, 2019
With over 25 friends and colleagues in attendance, Dr. Peter Kuhnert was greeted by warm smiles and a round of applause as he accepted the Grand River Hospital Award of Excellence for his contributions to our mental health and addictions program.
Save the date: GRH to host Day in Psychiatry educational event on November 8thJuly 6, 2017
Grand River Hospital will host its fourth annual Day in Psychiatry for family physicians and community mental health providers on Wednesday November 8, 2017.
Dr. Marin Franchetto: building on a family tradition of careMay 18, 2017
It’s not unusual for a child to want to follow in their parents’ footsteps. But for Dr. Marin Franchetto, seeing her mother who worked as a physician initially made her try to steer clear of following in her mom’s footsteps. However after Dr. Franchetto realized how passionate her mother was for her work, and how many people she helped get back to a healthy state, she realized this was ultimately the career for her.
Dr. Sarah Leonard: helping patients on their cancer journeyMay 15, 2017
Dr. Sarah Leonard often gets asked how she started working in oncology care after training in family medicine. She has been working as a physician on GRH’s inpatient oncology unit since January of 2016. She helps to provide exceptional care to patients while they are on their cancer journey.
Teaching unit provides exceptional care while advancing health educationMarch 14, 2017
Grand River Hospital patients and clinicians have benefited from a specialized unit designed to provide care and to help educate the next generation of health professionals.