Groves Memorial Community Hospital (Fergus, ON)

Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) is a rural, acute-care facility providing a wide range of services. GMCH serves a local and regional population of over 34,500 and treats over 68,000 people annually. The hospital currently operates 44 beds, with over 230 staff and over 300 volunteers support.

The Hospital is a leader in rural health care and offers primary and selected secondary care, with a full range of in-patient, ambulatory, acute and complex continuing care services. Coverage for Emergency, Obstetrics, and Anesthesia is provided through existing family doctors with specialized preparation.

In 2009 Groves Memorial Community Hospital opened its first Computed Tomography Scanner allowing the hospital to significantly improve the quality of care for our rapidly growing community.

Hospital Catchment:
Catchment Area:
  • Township of Centre Wellington (one of the fastest growing communities in Ontario)
  • Alma
  • Arthur
Surrounding rural areas including parts of:
  • Mapleton Township
  • Township of North Wellington
  • Township of Erin (specifically Hillsburgh)
  • Guelph