One organization with two hospital sites, serving the Manitoulin Island region…
Thank you for taking the time to learn about Manitoulin Health Centre. The Board of Directors, Physicians, Volunteers and Staff of our organization are committed to the delivery of safe and effective care, in a respectful and supportive environment.
For those of you considering employment opportunities, look no further! We offer a rewarding experience, one that allows for a balance between a fulfilling work environment and a home life centered amongst some of the most beautiful natural surroundings in Ontario. Why not consider Manitoulin Health Centre as your employer of choice!
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To contribute to the health and well-being of all who come to us in need.
Putting patients first, as we lead and collaborate within our health care network.
ABOUT MANITOULIN ISLAND
Manitoulin Island, with an area of approximately 4,000 square kilometers, is separated on the north from the mainland by the North Channel and bounded on the south and east by Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Transportation to and from Manitoulin is via provincial Highway 6, which extends from Highway 17 in the north near Espanola to South Baymouth on the southeastern tip of the Island. From May to October, a ferry links South Baymouth to Tobermory.
The Manitoulin District is rural in nature. Its population of approximately 12,000 people is widely dispersed with approximately 4,440 (37%) of this population residing in First Nations communities. In the summer months, the population increases to approximately 30,000.
Manitoulin Island is renowned for its beauty and recreational opportunities, in particular, kayaking, boating, sailing, camping, fishing, cycling, hiking, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Its natural beauty and numerous small lakes make it a sought-after recreational destination.