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Hospital Corridor

Emergency Department

Emergency Department

The Emergency Department at Sensenbrenner Hospital provides comprehensive medical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our team of dedicated healthcare professionals are here to offer, accurate diagnoses and treatment for all types of medical conditions, from minor injuries to serious illnesses. Our staff is committed to providing prompt, effective and quality patient care.


Non -Urgent Medical Conditions


  • chest pain

  • difficulty breathing

  • severe bleeding or head trauma

  • sudden onset of weakness

  • loss of consciousness

  • severe abdominal pain

  • major burns or injuries 

  • sudden change in speech or vision

  • broken bones

  • major sprain


In addition to the above, you should bring a child to the emergency department if the child experiences:

  • persistent fever (above 38.5 C/100.4 F)

  • persistent vomiting/diarrhea

  • cough, colds, and sore throats

  • ear infections

  • fever or flu-like symptoms

  • skin irritations (rashes)

  • mild asthma

  • prescription renewals

If unsure whether the issue is urgent, do not hesitate to call Health811 by calling 8-1-1 from a mobile or landline phone for free access to a Registered Nurse who can help assess symptoms and decide on next steps or present yourself to the Emergency Department.

What to expect ?

In the event of an emergency, please call 911 for immediate assistance.


Sensenbrenner Hospital

101 Progress Crescent

Kapuskasing, Ontario P3N 3H5


After Hours Entrance

The main entrance doors at Sensenbrenner Hospital are locked from 8:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Monday to Friday and until 12:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Please use the Emergency Department entrance during these times.

What to bring?

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