St. Mary’s General Hospital and Grand River Hospital provide excellent patient care, but we’ve significantly outgrown our aging and outdated buildings. St. Mary’s is almost 100 years old. Due to its current infrastructure, it is difficult for St. Mary’s General Hospital to meet current growing capacity demands and will be unable to meet future needs.
St. Mary’s will continue to provide vital hospital services to our communities just as it has for nearly 100 years. Through this project the vision is that St. Mary’s and Grand River will share new and modern hospital facilities with expanded capacity and services.
Decisions regarding the future of the St. Mary’s hospital building will be determined later in the planning process through engagement with both hospitals, our health system partners, our communities, the St. Joesph’s Health System and the government.