Getting to Seven Oaks Hospital

Seven Oaks General Hospital is at 2300 McPhillips Street. Urgent Care Centre and Main entrances are off Leila Avenue. Winnipeg Transit buses #17 and #77 stop in front of the hospital on Leila, the #71  stops on McPhillips and Court behind the hospital and the #18 stops on McPhillips at Leila.  Call Winnipeg Transit at 986-5700 or visit for routes and times.

If you are traveling and need accommodations

A Port in the Storm is a safe, supportive, affordable home-like environment for rural and northern adults and their families who are in Winnipeg for medical treatments. Staying for the first time requires a referral form from your health care provider (physician, nurse, social worker). For more information, please call 204-231-0720 or visit

CanadInns Garden Cityon McPhillips Street offers a medical rate for patients traveling to receive services at Seven Oaks. Must present your appointment card or letter from your doctor with the date of appointment noted.

Before you come to the Hospital

Download the In Patient Guide

Please bring:

  • Manitoba Health Card
  • Proof of additional insurance coverage, such as Blue Cross for enhanced hospital accommodations
  • Workers Compensation Board (WCB) claim number (if you have one)
  • Social Insurance Number
  • Personal documents such as Care Directives and Public Trustee
  • Calling card for long distance calls
  • List of prescription medications that you are taking Additional Personal Items:
  • Slippers, pajamas and robe
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, shaver, brush, shampoo, etc)
  • Sanitary items
  • Medical devices, such as dentures and hearing aids

Please leave all of your valuables at home.

The hospital is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items. We recommend that you send any valuable items home with a friend or family member. Please have items such as dentures, eye glasses and hearing aids in a suitable case with your name on it. Items like these, when wrapped in tissue can be easily mistaken for garbage and get lost.

Please note that small electronics for personal use must be battery powered as electrical outlets are for hospital equipment only. These devices must be equipped with ear phones so that other patients are not disturbed.

Arriving at the hospital

If you are being dropped off or picked up, you can use the Leila Ave. front entrance and your driver can park in the front parking lot, or you can use the east (McPhillips Street) Entrance just north of Urgent Care. There are two short term parking spaces reserved for Drop-off across from that entrance. If you are coming to the Urgent Care Centre please see the Urgent Care Centre Guide.


  • Visitor parking is available in front of the Leila Avenue Main entrance to the hospital and in the lower lot at the McPhillips Street (east) end of the hospital. Remember your license plate number and pay using the machines inside the hospital (main entrance and east/McPhillips St. entrance) The cost is $2.50 for an hour or $8 for the entire day. Please note the machines won’t take bills but they do take coins and credit cards.  Dialysis and Oncology Parking is reserved for patients of those services.
  • Parking fees are used to pay for maintenance of parking lots, to ensure parking availability and to support facility and service improvements not funded by provincial healthcare funding.

Push chairs called Staxis for helping patients and/or visitors to get around are available for a 1$ coin deposit at entrances

If you need directions once inside the hospital, please stop at the Information Services desk inside the main entrance, look for Volunteer Ambassadors wearing a red vest or ask any Seven Oaks staff person (wearing an ID badge).


For the safety of your loved ones and our staff, we are not accepting visitors. As per the Provincial Shared Health Guidelines.  For exceptions, click here.


The Information Services booth near the main entrance is staffed from 7 am to approximately 11:30 pm if you have general questions. You can also dial zero from patient telephones or call 632-7133 from outside the hospital 24 hours. General email inquiries are welcome to which is monitored weekdays during business hours.

Note: Please note we can answer general inquiries, not medical advice or appointment inquiries. If you need advice about where to find care please call Health Links anytime (204) 788-8200 or toll-free 1-888-315-9257.