Located in a picturesque setting near the Niagara Escarpment in Hamilton, Chedoke opened in 1906 as a sanatorium for patients suffering from Tuberculosis. Much has changed since then, and today, Chedoke is home to a number of health care related specialty programs and services.


Hamilton Health Sciences' Chedoke site houses non-acute care programs in a campus setting on Hamilton's west mountain. A leading Prosthetics and Orthotics Service and several McMaster Children's Hospital (MCH) outpatient services are located at Chedoke.


Chedoke continues to evolve and change to meet the healthcare needs of residents in Hamilton and the region. It has become a major support site for non-acute care programs and hospital administration.

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AuthorLorenzo Somma