Patients with potentially life-threatening conditions should immediately phone 911.
Emergency Departments in acute care hospitals are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address the most serious and life-threatening health issues.
Call 911 or go to emergency for issues such as:
- stroke/facial weakness/ extremity weakness
- heart attack/chest pain or tightness
- unable to wake/unconscious
- sudden onset of severe headache or confusion
- seizure and/or severe head injury
- major assault such as stabbings or shootings
- severe difficulty breathing or trouble speaking
- uncontrolled or severe bleeding
- major trauma such as loss of limb
- severe allergic reaction
- severe burns
If your issue is not life-threatening, you may wait longer at an Emergency Department because more serious cases will be given priority.
Current Emergency Department Wait Times
Last updated: 1:40 AM
|Emergency Department||Waiting||Treating||Wait Time|
|Grace Hospital||17||37||8.5 hrs|
|Health Sciences Centre - Adult||47||46||8.25 hrs|
|Health Sciences Centre - Children's||3||13||2.75 hrs|
|St. Boniface Hospital||15||40||8.5 hrs|
What do the above numbers mean?
- Waiting = The number of patients who have not yet had an initial assessment by a physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner.
- Treating = The number of patients who have had an initial assessment by a physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner.
- Wait Time = The time in hours between being registered and seeing a physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner.
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