Selkirk Regional Health Centre announcements, highlights and facts.
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Selkirk Regional Health Centre

SRHC exterior Main entrance to the Selkirk Regional Health Centre off of Easton Drive.

Phone: 204-482-5800 - select 0 on a touch tone phone to make general inquiries with reception.

P.O. Box 5000, 120 Easton Drive, Selkirk, MB R1A 2M2
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Visiting Our Facility
Visiting hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Visitors who are feeling ill or who have a fever or cold are discouraged from visiting. There are two large drop-off areas make patient access easier and no exterior ramps or stairs ensure it’s easier for everyone to enter the building.

For parking information, click here.
Click for here for directions.


First floor map
Second floor map 

Health Centre Announcements

Click here to read our guidebook and learn more about Manitoba's newest health centre

SRHC guidebook

What you need to know about the new Selkirk Regional Health Centre

Health Centre Highlights

 Health services

• new MRI facility
• diagnostic imaging
• laboratory  services
• surgery
• rehabilitation
• family birthing unit
• community cancer program
• medicine
• dialysis
• emergency with three bay ambulance drive through
• palliative care
• Cancer Care
• Dialysis
• expanded out-patient area


Take a virtual tour inside this state-of-the-art facility!

Selkirk Regional Health Centre from Interlake-Eastern RHA on Vimeo.

Environmental Considerations

This new health centre:
• meets LEED Gold standards
• has high performance building cladding systems
• uses geothermal fields and heat-pump technology
• uses recycled content building materials
• has highly efficient plumbing and lighting fixtures
• has building automation systems

Increased patient privacy - The number of beds in the former hospital was 53 which increased to 65 in the new health centre with 80 per cent being single occupancy to increase patient privacy.

Emergency with three bay ambulance drive through - The health centre features a 3-bay indoor, drive through area for ambulances. Paramedics are able to drive up and unload patients in a climate controlled area that is well-lit at all times of day and night.

More natural light - With over 17,000 square feet of windows, the new health centre embraces a more holistic approach to patient care and staff well-being by incorporating an abundance of natural light into the facility.

For construction facts, click here

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