St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital (STEGH) is a 157-bed facility serving the City of St. Thomas and all seven municipalities within the County of Elgin. STEGH is a fully accredited hospital offering a full range of hospital services, including: outpatient care (surgery and ambulatory clinics), diagnostic imaging, inpatient acute care (medicine, surgery, maternal child), emergency services, post-acute care (rehabilitation and continuing care), as well as regional satellite services (chemotherapy and stroke unit).

More than 850 individuals work at STEGH and over 200 credentialed professional staff (physicians, dentists and midwives) who provide care and ensure the highest quality and safety to each and every patient. STEGH is also supported by 160 volunteers and 130 students. 

STEGH has partnered with London hospitals to provide specialized services in our community, such as the District Stroke Centre and the Outpatient Chemotherapy Clinic. What’s more, STEGH provides a broad range of outpatient ambulatory clinics and diagnostic imaging services – serving tens of thousands of patients every year.

The hospital participates in the Southwestern Ontario Medical Education Network as a community hospital training centre for residents in OB/Gyn, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Hospitalists, Anesthesiology, and Maxillofacial Surgery.