Seven Oaks General Hospital

Seven Oaks General Hospital (SOGH) has a kidney health clinic, two dialysis units and peritoneal dialysis and home hemodialysis training programs.

Seven Oaks General Hospital Kidney Health Clinic

The SOGH Kidney Health Clinic is located on the main floor on the east side of the building (facing McPhillips St.) You can reach the Clinic either through the Dialysis Unit entrance or from another part of the hospital. Click here to view a map of SOGH’s main floor. At this time, the renal health clinic operates 5 days per week, three 8 hour shifts per day.

Parking:

There is paid parking available outside the dialysis unit on the east side of the building and also on the south side of the building near the main entrance. Paid parking spots require paying by stall number at stations inside the main entrances.

Handi Transit:

Individuals using Handi-Transit are dropped off and picked up at the Dialysis Unit entrance.

Phone Numbers:

Direct to the facility:  (204) 632-3454 or toll-free 1-855-829-8405

Social Worker:  Melissa Schmeichel – (204) 632-3436

Dietician:  Sheri Bobrowich/Crystal Bernier – (204) 632-3421

Occupational Therapy:  Tara Evans – (204) 631-3046

 

Dialysis Unit 1 – 1st Level

The SOGH Dialysis Unit 1 is located in the northeast corner of the building on the main floor. Click here to view a map of SOGH’s main floor. The dialysis unit has its own dedicated entrance. A waiting area is located just outside the unit. At this time, Dialysis Unit 1 has 30 dialysis beds and operates six days per week three shifts per day.

The daily routine of the facility is:

1)     The first shift begins at 8:00am

2)     The second shift begins at 13:00pm

3)     The evening shifts begins at 18:00pm

Parking:

If you are going to be receiving regular dialysis treatments at SOGH you can arrange parking with your health-care team. For visitors, there is paid parking available outside the dialysis unit on the east side of the building and also on the south side of the building near the main entrance. Some paid parking spots require paying by stall number at stations inside the main entrances while others outside the dialysis unit are metered. There is some dedicated parking for dialysis patients outside the unit.

Handi Transit:

Individuals using Handi-Transit are dropped off and picked up at the Dialysis Unit entrance.

Phone Numbers:

Direct to the facility:  (204) 632-3467

Social Worker:  (204) 632-3485/(204) 632-3644

Dietician:   (204) 632-3421

Occupational Therapy:  (204) 631-3046 (Tara Evans)

 

Dialysis Unit 2 – 1st Level

The SOGH Dialysis Unit 2 is located on the main floor of the hospital. Click here to view a map of SOGH’s main floor. A waiting area is located just outside the unit. At this time, Dialysis Unit 2 has 10 dialysis stations (beds and chairs) and operates six days per week three shifts per day.

The daily routine of the facility is:

1)     The first shift begins at 8:00am

2)     The second shift begins at 13:00pm

3)     The evening shifts begins at 18:00pm

Parking:

If you are going to be receiving regular dialysis treatments at SOGH you can arrange parking with your health-care team. For visitors, there is paid parking available outside the dialysis unit on the east side of the building and also on the south side of the building near the main entrance. Some paid parking spots require paying by stall number at stations inside the main entrances while others outside the dialysis unit are metered. There is some dedicated parking for dialysis patients outside the unit.

Handi Transit:

Individuals using Handi-Transit are dropped off and picked up at the Dialysis Unit entrance.

Phone Numbers:

Direct to the facility:  (204) 631-3830

Social Worker:  (204) 632-3485/(204) 632-3644

Dietician: (204) 632-3421

Occupational Therapy:  (204) 631-3046 Tara Evans

 

Dialysis Unit 3 – 3rd Level

The SOGH Dialysis Unit 3 is located on the third floor of the hospital. Take the elevators just passed the main entrance atrium to the main floor and go straight when exiting the elevator on the third floor. A waiting area is located just outside the unit. At this time, Dialysis Unit 3 has 10 dialysis stations (beds) and operates six days per week three shifts per day.

The daily routine of the facility is:

1)     The first shift begins at 8:00am

2)     The second shift begins at 13:00pm

3)     The evening shifts begins at 18:00pm

Parking:

If you are going to be receiving regular dialysis treatments at SOGH you can arrange parking with your health-care team. For visitors, there is paid parking available outside the dialysis unit on the east side of the building and also on the south side of the building near the main entrance. Some paid parking spots require paying by stall number at stations inside the main entrances while others outside the dialysis unit are metered. There is some dedicated parking for dialysis patients outside the unit.

Handi Transit:

Individuals using Handi-Transit are dropped off and picked up at the Dialysis Unit entrance.

Phone Numbers:

Direct to the facility:  (204) 631-3830

Social Worker:  (204) 632-3485/(204) 632-3644

Dietician: (204) 632-3421

Occupational Therapy:  (204) 631-3046 Tara Evans

 

Peritoneal Dialysis Training Unit

The Peritoneal Dialysis Training Unit is located in the same space as the Renal Health Clinic. The SOGH Renal Health Clinic is located on the main floor on the east side of the building (facing McPhillips St.) You can reach the Clinic either through the Dialysis Unit entrance or from another part of the hospital. Click here to view a map of SOGH’s main floor.

Parking:

If you are going to be training for peritoneal dialysis, you can arrange parking with your health-care team.

Handi Transit:

Individuals using Handi-Transit are dropped off and picked up at Sherbrook Entrance at the main entrance off Leila Ave.

Phone Number: (204) 632-3454 or toll-free 1-855-829-8405

 

Home Hemodialysis Training Unit

The Home Hemodialysis Training Unit is located on third floor of the hospital.  Click here to view a map of SOGH’s main floor. Take the elevators to the third floor and look for the Home Hemo Unit signs. This unit is accessed by staff and trainees only.

Parking:

If you are going to be training for home hemodialysis, you can arrange parking with your health-care team.

Handi Transit:

Individuals using Handi-Transit are dropped off and picked up at Sherbrook Entrance at the main entrance off Leila Ave.

Phone Number: (204) 632-3634 or toll-free 1-855-829-8406

 

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