Careers at SBH
Our clinical teams deliver a broad spectrum of services to our patients. We embrace innovation and collaboration, and believe in the power of compassion and individual connections to enhance quality of care and the patient experience.
Clinical Support & Non-Clinical Jobs
People in clinical support roles form an invaluable part of our extended health care team. They work collaboratively with clinical staff in delivering high quality patient care. Their contributions help shape the experience of our patients.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
St. Boniface Hospital is committed to empowering a workforce that welcomes and celebrates diversity by fostering culturally safe places for all employees. We strive to celebrate our diverse workforce and the outstanding work we do every day.
Accessibility standards are the building blocks of real, measurable and effective changes to accessibility. Accessibility tools, resources and strategies can help improve access to health services for everyone, not just people who experience barriers and challenges due to physical, mental, cognitive or emotional factors.
The Winnipeg Health Region’s Accessibility Committee includes representatives from organizations of persons with disabilities, businesses, municipalities, and other stakeholders. The committee is responsible for ensuring that the region complies with the AMA by identifying and facilitating the removal of barriers to equal access among persons with disabilities, including patients, their families, visitors, employees, physicians and volunteers.
Read more about our commitment to accessibility in the Winnipeg Health Region’s 2022-2024 Accessibility Plan.
We recognize that we are a culturally diverse province, and our responsibility to the community at large is to make every effort to provide services in words and in a language that our patients can understand. Staff and physicians are encouraged to communicate with patients in their language of choice whenever possible. Staff are also encouraged to seek the assistance of volunteer interpreters to facilitate communication with patients and families.
However, by our tradition, our location in the heart of St. Boniface, and because SBH is the provincial referral centre for the French-speaking population, the Province has designated our hospital to offer services in French to its patients. It is part of our mission and our responsibility to the community to actively provide services in French.
Studies have shown that patients respond better to care and treatments when they are able to communicate with their caregiver in their mother tongue. As we work to become a more relationship and patient centered organization, respect and attention to a patient’s communication needs are critical.
Biomedical research takes place across the St. Boniface Hospital campus – in the hospital and in three free-standing facilities:
The St. Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre
- Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences (ICS)
- Division of Neurodegenerative Disorders (DND)
- Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine (CCARM)
The Asper Institute
- WRHA Cardiac Sciences Program
- I.H. Asper Clinical Research Institute
Dr. Andrei Sakharov MRI Centre
- Provides ancillary support featuring three scanners for clinical and research use
To learn more, visit St. Boniface Hospital Research.