Partnership to improve healthcare services


Huron Health System (HHS) is proud to announce its new partnership with Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health (CERH), a renowned institution known for its pioneering research and advancements in health care. This strategic partnership aims to explore new opportunities and develop innovative solutions that will help to enhance the health and well-being of those living in our community.


"We are excited to collaborate with Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health through this ground breaking initiative," said Jimmy Trieu, President & CEO at Huron Health System. "Together, we look forward to addressing the unique healthcare challenges faced by rural communities and to making a tangible impact on the quality of care being delivered. This partnership represents a significant step towards achieving our shared goal of equitable access to health care for all.”


This partnership reaffirms a shared commitment to driving positive change in rural health care and advancing the well-being of communities that have historically been overlooked. The organizations will work together on various initiatives such as cutting-edge healthcare technologies, conducting joint research and launching pilot programs in rural areas. By combining resources and expertise, HHS and Gateway CERH strive to develop sustainable and scalable healthcare solutions that can be replicated in underserved areas across the country.


The Huron Health System encompasses the Alexandra Marine and General Hospital and the South Huron Hospital, providing acute care to the residents of Huron County and beyond. With a combined revenue of $52 million and over 400 employees, 32 physicians and specialists, and over 200 volunteers, the hospitals account for 30,000 emergency room visits and 19,000 patient days annually.


For more information, please contact: Jimmy Trieu, HHS President & CEO