Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) serves a culturally diverse catchment area of over 110,000 people, which includes the City of Cornwall, the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, and the Mohawk community of Akwesasne.
Having undergone a major redevelopment project in 2014, CCH is one of the largest and most advanced hospitals in Eastern Ontario, with 175 beds and a diverse workforce of 1200 staff and 180 physicians working in both acute care and community-based services.
CCH is also a leading teaching hospital in Eastern Ontario; in affiliation with academic partners, our clinical instructors provide high-quality medical education and training to future (and current) health professionals.
At CCH, our staff, physicians and students are exposed to the sorts of departments, technologies and innovative models of care perhaps more often associated with “big city hospitals,” but in the comfort, familiarity, and welcoming atmosphere of a smaller town.
Our committed health care teams collaborate to provide exceptional people-centered care, guided by our ICARE values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Engagement. We pride ourselves on a collaborative and compassionate approach to care that is equitable and empowering for those it serves.
At CCH, we are dedicated to working together in a style that creates a healthy, healing, caring and "patient first" environment. We are a friendly place to work where everyone makes an effort to know you and help you; a community of health care providers who value eachother and our varied contributions.
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Cornwall Community Hospital is located on the traditional lands of the Akwesasne Mohawks and their ancestors. We are forever grateful to those who had been on these lands before us and through their stewardship and connection to the land, have made it what it is now. Read our full Land Acknowledgement here.
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