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The McMaster University Health Sciences Centre on campus houses both McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) and the McMaster site of Hamilton Health Sciences hospitals. The Main Street West building also houses the McMaster Children's Hospital, the second largest children's hospital in the province. The tertiary-level hospital occupies about 60 percent of the building and the Faculty has its administrative offices and classrooms, including the School of Nursing, in the rest of the space. The award-winning building, completed in 1972, was designed by Eberhard Zeidler of the Toronto architecture firm Craig, Zeidler
The five-story Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Learning and Discovery (MDCL), opened in 2004, provides state-of-the-art facilities for both education and research. Tied to the Health Sciences Centre by pedestrian walkways, it houses several of the Faculty of Health Sciences' programs including the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and the midwifery, physician assistant and Bachelor of Health Sciences programs. Cutting-edge institutes housed at the
The Mohawk-McMaster Institute for Applied Health Sciences (IAHS) is a joint initiative with the Faculty of Health Sciences and Human Services at Mohawk College. Located on the grounds of McMaster University, the Institute houses the School of Rehabilitation Science with graduate programs in occupational therapy, rehabilitation
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The Health Sciences Library supports all education and research programs of the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University and serves as a valuable resource for the students in the Faculty's various programs and the local medical community. Sited at the north-west corner of the Health Sciences Centre, the library had a major $8.6 million renovation completed in 2007 which incorporated the latest in technology, additional group learning, and quiet study areas, and included the construction of the two-story Jan and Mien Heersink Reading Pavilion. Located in the McMaster Health Sciences Centre, the Library has seating for 760 people and provides many of the resources needed for the Faculty's problem-based, self-directed methods of teaching and learning.
The David Braley Health Sciences Centre at the McMaster Health Campus is a six-story building at Main and Bay streets in downtown Hamilton opened in 2015. This 192,000-square-foot landmark is unique in Canada as it was purpose-built to allow the Department of Family Medicine of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine and the City of Hamilton's Public Health Services to share clinic, meeting and office space to encourage active collaboration. As well, the building features public space in the spacious lobby, available meeting rooms, a café
McMaster Innovation Park (MIP) is a burgeoning
McMaster University has its continuing education classrooms and a number of offices at One James North. Located in Jackson Square at the corner of King Street West and James Street North, this extension of campus brings the university right into downtown Hamilton.
Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine – Niagara Regional Campus
The Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine’s Niagara Regional Campus was planned for students who wish to learn and experience medicine with the benefit of a regional campus setting. The academic portion of the program is delivered at the campus located within the Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario. Additional classroom and clinical skills space is located at the Niagara Health System hospital sites.
Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine – Waterloo Regional Campus
The Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine’s Waterloo Regional Campus opened its doors in 2007 and is a welcoming environment of community medical education. The campus is located on the University of Waterloo Health Sciences Campus on Victoria Street in downtown Kitchener. Both undergraduate medical students and medical residents take training or work at the area hospitals.