Your feedback is needed!

On a New Strategic Plan


Manitoulin Health Centre has undertaken a consultation process to develop a new Strategic Plan, a plan that will guide the efforts of the organization over the next 3 years.


Are you a patient, caregiver, community member, or summer resident? If so, your feedback is key to help the hospital identify priorities and strategic directions to guide future work activities. 


With two sites on Manitoulin Island, one in Little Current and one in Mindemoya, the hospital’s services include the emergency departments and inpatient units, obstetrics, laboratory, diagnostic imaging, visiting specialist clinics, endoscopy and a satellite chemotherapy program.


Keeping those services in mind, please use the QR code below to provide your feedback in the following four key areas:

  1. Enhancing Patient Experience 
  2. Improving Population Health 
  3. Improving Value 
  4. Advancing Health Equity 


Prior to coming to the Hospital for any scheduled appointments


Thank you for providing us with your feedback!


Consultation Process


Click on the link below to provide your feedback.


Manitoulin Health Centre Strategic Planning Community Questionnaire



There is no cost to park at either the Mindemoya or Little Current sites of Manitoulin Health Centre.


Manitoulin Health Centre welcomes visitors from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily


  • In consideration of other resting patients and care requirements, visitors are limited to two visitors per patients at one time.
  • Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult and be supervised at all times.
  • Visiting patients in the Emergency Department (ED) is determined by the ED staff.
  • Please check with the nursing staff to discuss visiting options for special care areas such as Labour and Delivery and the Hospice Suite.
  • If patients require additional rest or are undergoing a procedure, visiting may be restricted.
  • If you see signage outside a patient’s room indicating that precautions must be taken, please speak to a nurse before entering the room. This is to protect both you and the patient.


These visiting guidelines are intended to provide our patients with privacy and the time that they need to rest and to heal, and to help us reduce the risk of infection.


The main entrance at both sites will be locked between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.


Visitor restrictions will continue to be implemented in specific circumstances such as an outbreak or emergency situations.


Barrier free washrooms are available for your use in the main corridors at each site.


It is important to clean your hands before and after visiting. Please use the hand sanitizer solution provided in hallways, patient rooms and main entrances.


MHC is a scent aware facility. Please limit the use of scents prior to visiting as some staff, patients, and visitors are sensitive to scents.


We look forward to your visit!