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North Hastings Hospital


patient services directoryNorth Hastings Hospital
1­H Manor Lane
P.O. Box 157
Bancroft, Ontario, K0L 1C0
Phone: (613) 332-2825 Fax: (613) 332-3847

Patient Services Directory

For a PDF copy of the Patient Services Directory for NHH, which includes a list of services, information on visiting hours and more, please click here.

North Hastings Hospital

North Hastings Hospital is a rural, six bed primary care hospital which operates a busy 24-hour-a-day Emergency Department (including Emergency Obstetrics). The inpatient beds are available for medical and palliative care services.

North Hastings Hospital also provides outreach clinics and telemedicine services, diagnostic   (Radiology, Ultrasound, Holter/Event Monitor), and Physiotherapy services.  North Hastings Hospital is the smallest and most rural of the four hospitals which make up Quinte Health.

The hospital is located in Bancroft and is part of the North Hastings Health Center Campus along with a six-chair Dialysis Unit, a 110 bed Long Term Care Facility, one of the two Family Health Teams, Public Health, Local Health Integration Network Home and Community Care and Community Care North Hastings.

Town of Bancroft

Nestled in the York River Valley, Bancroft is the major economic centre for the northern half of Hastings County. The community has a permanent population of 3,800, although it can draw over 40,000 residents in the busy summer months and it services a catchment area of 13,000 year round. Bancroft is known as the "Mineral capital of the Canada," and is situated at the junction of Highways 28 and 62 (approximately 2.5 hours from Ottawa and Toronto and 1.5 hours north of Belleville General Hospital and Peterborough).

This community offers many outdoor and entertainment events throughout the year.  With so many lakes and over 2000 kilometres of groomed trails, Bancroft has become a four seasons playground. Snowmobiling, ice fishing, hockey, figure skating and dog sledding are popular in the winter and boating, water skiing, sailing and hiking are prevalent in the summer. There are four provincial parks in the immediate area: Algonquin, Lake St. Peter, Silent Lake and Petroglyphs. All offer an abundance of recreational activities throughout the year.

Bancroft boasts a relaxing lifestyle that is rich in community activities. Many community events take place each season including a winter carnival, Septemberfest, Rockhound Gemboree and Rally of the Tall Pines.

Theatre goers and art enthusiasts can enjoy the efforts of the Algonquin Arts Council, The Art Gallery of Bancroft and the Village Playhouse.

Visiting Information:

Click here for information on our visiting hours and policies.

Parking at North Hastings Hospital:

Free parking is available in front of the building for patients and visitors.

Donate to the North Hastings Hospital:

Please click here for more information on the North Hastings Fund Development Committee