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Welcome to Royal Victoria
Regional Health Centre



Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH), located in Barrie, Ontario, provides safe, high-quality care for residents across a large geographical region including Simcoe County and the District of Muskoka. The area is home to more than 450,000 residents, with half of RVH’s patients living outside the City of Barrie.

As the largest health centre in North Simcoe Muskoka, RVH provides highly specialized services, and technology not found anywhere else in the region. This includes the only interventional radiology suites for minimally invasive surgeries, vascular services, advanced stroke care, as well as dedicated trauma rooms in its large Emergency department. RVH is also home to the Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre, Simcoe Muskoka Regional Heart Program, Simcoe Muskoka Regional Child and Youth Program and the RVH Regional Renal Program meaning distance is no longer a factor for residents receiving lifesaving treatment.


Upcoming Events


RVH seeks your input. Plan our future. Together.

Five years after RVH opened a $450 million expansion that doubled its size, the health centre has begun planning for the future; a future which includes a south campus to meet healthcare needs in rapidly-growing south Barrie, Innisfil and Bradford West Gwillimbury.

RVH invites residents to share their feedback by taking an online survey at Results of the survey will be posted on the website and further feedback and input can be provided at the following community open house sessions:

May 1

​May 15

​​May 23

Barrie - Painswick Library

48 Dean Avenue, Barrie
Massie Family Room
7 - 8:30 p.m.

Innisfil Public Library

967 Innisfil Beach Road, Innisfil
7 - 8:30 p.m.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Leisure Centre

471 West Park Ave, Bradford
6:30 - 8 p.m.


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​RVH and County of Simcoe Paramedic Services working together to reduce Ambulance Offload Times

Ambulance Offload Times are measured from the moment a patient enters an emergency department (ED) by ambulance to the time when their care is transferred from paramedics to ED staff. While the provincial average sits at 54 minutes, RVH's current offload times are an average of 25.6 minutes, down from 45.7 minutes in 2016/17. Click here to read more.

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​Alarming spike in drug overdoses in region
RVH doc warns: “There is no safe street drug.”

RVH is seeing a startling spike in opioid drug overdoses. In February RVH’s Emergency department cared for 45 people suffering from unintentional drug overdoses and doctors are ringing alarm bells. 

Click here to read more


RVH patient volumes at all time high

RVH is experiencing unprecedented patient activity and acuity impacting patient wait times and availability of beds for admitted patients. To safely manage the surging volumes of patients RVH has opened another 10-bed temporary overflow unit in its new Cardiac Intervention Unit. Click here to read more

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Are you experiencing a non-urgent health issue? 

  • RVH is experiencing extremely high volumes of patients in its Emergency department.  If your health concern is not urgent, a visit to​​ your family doctor or a community walk-in clinic may be a more appropriate, quicker option for you. View a list of w​alk-in clinics by clicking here.

  • To learn about when you should visit the Emergency department, click here



RVH has launched its dynamic new Strategic Plan. Shaped by the voices of over 3,000 people who care about the future of healthcare in our region, this plan will act as a roadmap to guide RVH over the next five to seven years.

Led by a relentless commitment to safety and quality, w​ith an eye to advancing innovation, learning and research, RVH will accelerate to the next level of excellence - raising the bar to bring exceptional care close to home for residents throughout Simcoe Muskoka.

It is a plan rooted in a philosophy we call MY CARE. RVH has put a stake in the ground and said every patient has a right to expect the best possible experience in our health centre. Always. Every day. And without exception. And that laser-like focus on our patients and their families will ensure we not only meet their needs, but exceed their expectations. They will be partners in their care and involved in planning and decision-making every step of their healthcare journey.

Our vision is bold, our focus is clear and our plan is achievable.​​​​