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FlowersThe beautiful flower arrangements that you deliver to patients and staff bring cheer to many here at the LWDH, however, certain types of flowers appear to aggravate the sensitivities and allergies of some individuals. Please consider using the lesser fragrant flowers. Thank you.
Hospital SecurityIn order to maintain the security of our building the south lobby doors which are not monitored after hours, will be locked from Monday to Friday at 5 p.m. and re-opened at 7 a.m. The doors will be locked all days on Weekends and Statutory Holidays. Patients, Visitors as well as staff should enter through the Emergency entrance during these times.
Smoking CessationThe LWDH is implementing a new Smoking Cessation program. To find out more, please read our Smoking Cessation Press Release
The Lake of the Woods District Hospital meets the immediate healthcare needs of residents of the City of Kenora, as well as a large surrounding area, including several First Nations Communities. Located at 21 Sylvan St. W, Kenora Ph. (807) 468-9861.
Our goal is to provide high quality patient care within the limits of their resources. Our healthcare team is made up of a wide range of dedicated, expert individuals who work along with your physician to provide you or your loved one with the best possible treatment. We are a fully accredited hospital under the national standards of the Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation.
The Emergency Department provides 24-hour care for persons requiring immediate or urgent assessment, diagnosis and treatment for injury and/or illness. Specialty consultation is available by request of the medical staff or by transfer to a designated hospital where tertiary care can be provided. There is a 24-hour helicopter service available and there are helipads on 5 First Nation reserves and 5 district communities.