Esterhazy Healthcare

Esterhazy Health Care

St. Anthony's Hospital

In 1940, the Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of Peterborough, Ontario together with the community opened St. Anthony’s Hospital in Esterhazy. The town people were grateful to Mr. and Mrs. James Martinovsky and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schafer for the donation of land for the hospital site.

In 1964 a new facility was constructed to replace the old hospital, and was officially open in June 1966. This new facility had 36 acute beds, service by 7 Sisters, 35 staff members and 4 doctors.

In 1989 the Grey Sisters of Pembroke turned over the ownership of St. Anthony’s hospital to the Grey Nuns of Manitoba. Ten years later in the year 2000 the Grey Nuns transferred St. Anthony’s to Emmanuel Care. In 2000, Community Services which includes Public Health and Physiotherapy moved into an occupied section of the hospital. Home Care took over another area in 2001. Since September 2005, Ambulance Services are housed and operated out of St. Anthony’s hospital. In 2006 a new medical clinic was built next to the hospital. With the exception of the Centennial Special Care Home, all Esterhazy Healthcare services are located at St. Anthony’s Hospital.

Dr. Mandi Nel
Dr. Marjorie Carandang
Dr. Punia
Dr. Naji
Dr. S. Khodbakhshi

Our Doctors

Centennial Special Care Home

The Esterhazy-Centennial Special Care Home (CSCH)
built in 1967, is a 3,430 square metre facility with 52
beds and 1 respite bed. It also runs an adult day
program four days per week. There is 24-hour RN
coverage. Programs and Services available include an
Adult Day Wellness Program and weekly recreation on
Monday through Friday, with varied activities. The
Home also engages in many community programs with
the local pre-schools and schools.


Simone Tocher
Bonnie Tochor
Jamie Schmidt
Brittany Gabora

Esterhazy District Medical Clinic

Our Capital Campaign

Began in 2009. The project includes both a new hospital and Care Home to be built as a  joint facility. The local community is responsible for 20% of the total project costs. From a preliminary study done the estimate of the community share is $10-11 million. As the study was done in 2011, the costs have probably increased. It is important to be prepared with the community share. While it does not guarantee that the government will approve the project it does send the message that there is support for the project and we are ready.

Home Care

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Rendering of New Hospital