Welcome to St. Boniface Hospital

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 information for the public

Designated Entrances

The two (2) entry points to the main hospital building are the

  • Everett Atrium (main entrance): Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • South Entrance: Open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed weekends and statutory holidays.

The Emergency entrance remains open as usual for patients needing emergency care.

Since March 15, 2021 a medical mask is provided to you and must be worn in the facility. Please wear your mask for the duration of your visit.

Visitor Access

Visitor access for inpatients is restricted. At the discretion of the care team, exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis. For essential care partner and visitor guidelines, click here. Thank you for your support in keeping everyone safe.

COVID-19 Outbreak Update

(April 6, 2021)

There is currently an outbreak of COVID-19 at St. Boniface Hospital in the B5 unit. This outbreak was declared on April 1. Enhanced infection and prevention control measures have been implemented. There are four (4) patients and one (1) staff who have tested positive and two (2) deaths related to this outbreak.

Communication with Patients

Click here for information on communicating with patients in Winnipeg Intensive Care Units, including St. Boniface Hospital.

All Patient Care Units

We encourage you to use our Well Wishes Program to let your loved one know you are thinking about them.

St. Boniface Hospital

SBH Entrance

St. Boniface Hospital has been providing leadership in health care on behalf of Manitobans since it was first established by the Grey Nuns in 1871.

The Everett Atrium serves as the main entrance for St. Boniface Hospital, located at 409 Taché Avenue.

A public space, it includes the main Inquiry Desk, several retail services available to patients, visitors, and staff , and leads to the Buhler Gallery, an art gallery open to all.

We invite patients and visitors to ask the staff at the Main Information Desk for directions and wayfinding.

Help Us Reduce the Spread of Infections


Hand hygiene is the #1 way to prevent the spread of infections. Hand sanitizers are conveniently located throughout the hospital… before entrances, on patient care units, and near elevators. Please use them!

  • Your doctors and nurses should practice hand hygiene every time they enter your room.
  • Clean your hands before eating, after using the restroom, and after touching surfaces in the hospital.