Providence Care is on the move
Our address and phone number have changed:
Providence Care Hospital
752 King Street West, Kingston ON K7L 4X3
How to get to Providence Care Hospital
From King Street West and Portsmouth Avenue:
- Enter the campus at the lights at Portsmouth Avenue and King Street West. Take your first right as you enter the campus (sign for Providence Care Hospital).
- Take the road past the trailers (on your right) and the Mental Health Services brick building
(on your left). This road will lead you to a newly paved road/parking in front of the new hospital.
- Proceed to the Main Entrance, located on Level 1. Just inside the Main Entrance, our staff
and volunteers at the Welcome Desk are there to help you find your way.
- Upon arrival to Providence Care Hospital for your appointment, please leave time to report to Registration located directly to your left when you enter the Main Entrance.
Pick-up and drop-off area
There is a covered, 15 minute pick-up and drop-off area directly outside the Main Entrance of Providence Care Hospital.
Temporary visitor and patient/client parking
From April 24, 2017 until December 2017
Parking for Providence Care Hospital is being phased in while the demolition of the Mental Health Services takes place (May 2017), and final parking lots are completed (between May 2017 and November 2017).
Pay and Display parking is available for visitors and patients/clients in the designated parking lots closest to the Main Entrance of Providence Care Hospital. The parking spaces closest to the Main Entrance, with the exception of Accessible Parking spaces, are designated for individuals with mobility issues on weekdays (Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).
Where required, you may write your license plate number on the back of the Pay and Display receipt and leave it in the Parking Box by Security in the front lobby.
Pay and Display Rates
Accepting coin and credit cards
- $1 per hour
- $4 per day (day is defined as 14 hours)
- $41 per month (visitor long-term parking permit can be purchased through Cashier’s Office)
Accessible parking is located in the lot closest to the Main Entrance. All vehicles parked in accessible spots must display a valid Accessible Parking Permit from the Ministry of Transportation and a valid Pay-and-Display receipt or Providence Care Parking Permit or they will be ticketed by Protection Services under City of Kingston Bylaws.
Temporary on-site golf cart parking lot shuttle
Until parking lots are complete in December 2017, Volunteer Services will be operating a golf cart shuttle service on the Providence Care Hospital property for those requiring assistance getting to the Main Entrance.
Hours: The shuttle will run during peak business hours, Monday to Friday. After hours, Protection Services can shuttle individuals to their vehicle but will not be providing a regular pick-up service in the parking lots.
Pick-up/Drop-off Locations: There will be a regular route between the Main Entrance to the various parking lots. Simply wave the cart down if you require a ride.
Leading the way
Providence Care Hospital (PCH) is one of the first publicly-funded hospital in North America to fully-integrate long-term mental health and psychiatry programs with physical rehabilitation, palliative care and complex care. The entire hospital has been designed to be welcoming and inclusive of all people, no matter what age, ability or needs.
PCH brings to life the concept of patient-and-family centred care, where everyone works in collaboration to meet the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each person.
Building on our tradition of compassion
Providence Care Hospital provides a 270-bed state-of-the-art care environment for patients and clients and a modern, improved work environment for physicians, staff and volunteers.
The hospital includes single inpatient rooms that meet current infection control standards and adjacent therapy and treatment spaces to allow patients to receive care closer to their rooms. It will also feature on-site clinics for inpatients and outpatients and improved teaching, learning and research facilities that support Providence Care’s role as a major centre for health education and research.