The North Bay Regional Health Centre (NBRHC) opened for patient care January 30, 2011.
Our health centre has been built on an 80 acre green field site, allowing us to build out and not up. NBRHC has a total of 750,000 square feet with two levels in the west end (Regional Mental Health) and three levels in the east end (Acute Care). The distance around the ring road, the road that circles the entire facility, is approximately 1.6 kilometres (1 mile).
The facility was created using natural accents such as wood, stone and plenty of natural lights. Our building was created with the patient in mind, with windows in all patient rooms; a higher proportion of private and semi-private rooms. Next to the cafeteria is a 138 seat auditorium that can accommodate large groups. Located at 50 College Drive – North Bay.
Kirkwood Place is located alongside Ramsey Lake in Sudbury. It provides regional mental health service programs for adults and seniors. HSN occupies the fourth floor of this building with an acute inpatient mental health unit. The facility has recently gone through some upgrades to the exterior of the building. Located at 680 Kirkwood Drive – Sudbury.
NDSAP is a community-based substance use treatment program that offers a variety of methods of working through substance use, including residential treatment. The program occupies 2,185 m2 at the King Street facility, and provides 29 Residential Treatment beds and 10 Flex beds. Located at 120 King Street West – North Bay.
Located in the same King Street West complex as NDSAP, the Mental Health Clinic (MHC) offers a variety of community-based mental health supports to people who reside in the District of Nipissing. The 3-storey, 870 m2 facility was occupied by the existing NBRHC-sponsored Programs in July 2011. Located at 120 King Street West – North Bay.