By the end of 1931, construction of the JGH was well under way. When opened in 1934, the structure that is pictured here comprised the entirety of the hospital. Today it is simply known as Pavilion B, one of the JGH’s many pavilions.
85th Anniversary - ArchivesFebruary 2019

From the archives: Refurbishing, renovating, building up, building out

In every era and every decade, practically every corner of the JGH has been a construction zone.

A resident of the Henri Bradet Residential Centre arrives by adapted transport at the Jewish General Hospital.
July 2017News

JGH is temporary home for 66 Henri Bradet residents

Sixty-six long-term care residents of the Henri Bradet Residential Centre have moved to the JGH on a temporary basis, so that their permanent quarters can undergo much-needed renovation.

A patient undergoes hemodialysis in a JGH unit that will be relocated with the support of private donors.
April 2016Feature articles

Donor support is essential to the JGH’s evolution

As the Jewish General Hospital continues its evolution (notably, with the opening of Pavilion K earlier this year), the commitment and generosity of donors has assumed even greater importance.