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Regional Rehabilitation Centre

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The Regional Rehabilitation Centre (RRC) provides specialized rehabilitative care to help people who are recovering from acquired brain injury, amputations, spinal cord injury, stroke, and hand and work-related injuries.  The state-of-the-art facility provides both inpatient and outpatient services and clinics, a large prosthetics and orthotics department, a therapeutic pool and an outdoor therapeutic track. Situated next door to Hamilton General Hospital (HGH), patients at the RRC have easy access to acute medical and clinical services and resources.

How to Get Here

From Toronto

  • Take Queen Elizabeth Way to Highway 403 West (to Hamilton).
  • Take the Main Street East exit. Continue on Main Street to Victoria Avenue.
  • Turn left on Victoria Avenue.
  • Continue on Victoria Avenue and turn left at Birge Street.
  • Turn left onto Wellington Street. Regional Rehabilitation Centre is on the left.

From Niagara Region

  • Take the QEW towards Hamilton.
  • Take the Nikola Tesla Boulevard (formally Burlington Street East) exit (exit 90).
  • Continue on Nikola Tesla Blvd/Burlington Street East.
  • Turn left onto Wellington Street North. Regional Rehabilitation Centre is on the left.

From the Hamilton Mountain

  • Take the Clairmount Access straight onto Victoria Avenue.
  • Continue on Victoria Avenue, past Barton Street.
  • Turn left onto Birge Street.
  • Turn left onto Wellington Street. Regional Rehabilitation Centre is on the left.

Public Transit

The primary Hamilton Street Railway (HSR) bus route that services this area is the 2 – Barton, which stops at Barton at Wellington.
For information on Bus Routes and Schedules please visit https://www.hamilton.ca/hsr-bus-schedules-fares/schedule-routes-maps.

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