Matthews Memorial Hospital Association

Providing health care services to the residents of St. Joseph Island and the surrounding North Shore.

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About MMHA

The Matthews Memorial Hospital Association (MMHA) is an Ontario non-profit corporation and registered charity.
Founded in 1925, MMHA is involved in local health care services on many fronts – as the owner of Matthews Memorial Hospital, the funding agency for the construction and ongoing operation of BridgeLink Medical Centre, and the lead community organization responsible for the delivery and enhancement of local health care services.

Our Mission:
"To carry on the work of a community hospital and provide health care services to the residents of St. Joseph Island and the surrounding North Shore."

Our Mission:
"To carry on the work of a community hospital and provide health care services to the residents of St. Joseph Island and the surrounding North Shore."

Serving St. Joseph Island, Townships of Johnson, Laird, MacDonald, Meredith & Aberdeen Additional, Plummer Additional & Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional

News and Events

The news and upcoming events concerning our hospital and medical center.

Services

Matthews Memorial Hospital in-house services

Emergency Services
for emergency services
please call 911

Reflexology
Debbie Alcock
email: deb_basslake@hotmail.com

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Call: 705-246-1183

Physiotherapy
Edward Cheung
Call: 705-975-1600

Chiropractor
Dr. Alfonso Tavormina
Call: 249-525-6234

Pharmacy
Austin McKay
Call: 705-254-9552

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History

At the conclusion of the “Great War”, the Canadian Red Cross Society was left with surplus money on hand, and conceived the idea of using it to establish “Outpost Hospitals” in places where they were much needed, and which have proved a great boom. The communities thus served, would have had little chance of hospitalization otherwise.
The late Miss L. Grenville, Public Health Nurse for northern Ontario for fifteen years, appealed to the Red Cross Society to especially consider the great need of St. Joseph island, pointing out its isolation, particularly in spring and fall.

1669 Arthur Street
Richards Landing, ON

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