Discovery is a key part of Providence Care’s Vision, to lead the way in compassion and discovery. As part of that commitment, Providence Care is proud to support and foster opportunities for teaching and research in a wide range of settings.
In our role as an academic health care organization, Providence Care is committed to creating, sharing and applying knowledge, and training the next generation of health care professionals.
Affiliations with Queen’s University, St. Lawrence College and other institutions
Providence Care is one of Kingston’s university hospitals, along with Hotel Dieu Hospital and the Kingston General Hospital. We are also a member of the Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario. In addition to our affiliation with Queen’s University in Kingston, Providence Care also has agreements with other educational institutions, including St. Lawrence College.
For more information about the Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO), READ MORE.
Visit CAHO’s Resource Centre for the latest reports, information and links to other resources.
Recent Teaching & Research Highlights
Providence Care receives close to $1-million from HealthForce Ontario grants
The funding will support a number of programs and research across Providence Care with a focus on employee development and retention. READ MORE
Providence Care celebrates graduation of four residents from Ontario’s first mental health nurse residency program
This specialized three month post graduate residency program, developed by Providence Care and an expert team of mental health nursing professionals, has enabled these nurses to build on their knowledge and understanding of mental health. READ MORE
New doctors gain experience, long-term care residents gain increased physician access
A partnership between Queen’s University and Providence Care is giving newly graduated doctors a unique opportunity to provide regular medical care to high-need patients – elderly residents of a local long-term care home. READ MORE