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Regional Rehabilitation Centre

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The Regional Rehabilitation Centre (RRC) provides specialized care to help patients recovering from spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury, trauma, stroke and orthopedic surgery.

The state-of-the-art facility provides both inpatient and outpatient services and clinics, a therapeutic pool and an outdoor therapeutic track. Situated next door (and connected by a pedestrian bridge) to Hamilton General Hospital (HGH), patients at the Regional Rehabilitation Centre 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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