In the last 20 years, our communities have matured into Ontario’s second largest single-tier municipality and home to some of the most vibrant downtowns, abundant green spaces and diverse opportunities.
We are made up of several communities, each with its own unique personality and together we offer a network of experiences unlike anywhere else. From the downtowns of Coboconk, Norland, Omemee, Lindsay, Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon to our strong agricultural heritage, here in Kawartha Lakes is where urban meets rural.
Defined by our natural environment, we remain committed to protecting the land that surrounds us. With over 250 lakes and rivers winding through our towns, trails and abundant farmland, there are endless opportunities for exploration all connected by water. It’s no wonder we’re called Kawartha Lakes.
Opportunity. Community. Naturally.
As our population continues to grow, we’re evolving into something bigger—a place of opportunity. Our culture complements our economy and today we’re seeing more growth than ever before.
While RMH remains in a Code Grey (Information Technology), our work to bring all impacted systems back online is progressing. We can’t provide a specific timeline as to when the Code Grey will be lifted, but the hospital will continue to share updates as the restoration process continues and more information becomes available.
Ross Memorial Hospital
Delivering On The Promise Of A Better Healthcare Experience
Located in the heart of the City of Kawartha Lakes, Ross Memorial Hospital is an active, acute-care community hospital serving more than 100,000 local residents and seasonal visitors.
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