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Welcome to Georgian Bay General Hospital

Welcome to Georgian Bay General Hospital

Flu Alert

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit declared widespread community influenza activity on January 10.

We ask the public to not visit GBGH if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms such as cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, fever, chills and sweats, headache, and muscle and joint pain.

If a visitor is healthy and needs to see someone in the hospital, we ask they limit their visit to one patient only and always practice hand hygiene upon entering and exiting a patient room, as well as entering and exiting the building.

When possible, the public is also reminded to visit their family physician for minor illnesses instead of the hospital’s Emergency department (ED). As GBGH’s ED is currently undergoing the final stage of renovations, the hospital is experiencing space constraints and asks patients to only be accompanied by one person.

To reduce the risk of transmitting infections in the hospital, GBGH is following strict preventative measures, including co-horting patients and increased cleaning hospital-wide, including all high-touch surfaces.


ALLERGY ALERT: No Lilies; No Latex Balloons; Fragrance Friendly

GBGH is proud to offer services in French full-time in the following four areas:
Switchboard/Reception Ambulatory (Outpatient)
Human Resources
Office of Finance


Stay Connected @ GBGH

Now available to Patients & Visitors – "GBGH Guest Wi-Fi"
24 hours of access just $5.00 (plus HST) – Online payments only accepted

Latest News

GBGH feeling the strain of higher flu activity

Immediate Release January 11, 2017 – Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH) is feeling the effects of increased rates of infectious diseases and a flu season which has not yet reached its peak. This week, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit declared widespread community influenza activity as lab-confirmed flu cases jumped by 50 (between December 31…


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