With the opening date of HSC Women’s Hospital at 665 William Avenue, it is important to celebrate and recognize the legacy of the previous building and the history of women’s and maternal health at HSC. The building at 735 Notre Dame Avenue, formerly known as the Maternity Pavilion and Women’s Pavilion, officially opened on 6 May 1950. Over its 69 year history, the hospital and its staff have contributed significantly to the field of women’s health.
To showcase the history of women’s and maternal health at HSC this exhibit draws on textual records, newsletters, photographs, and first-hand accounts.
This site has been designed to be interactive. Comments have been enabled throughout the site and on individual photographs – if you have something to add, please let us know! If you are or were involved with the Women’s Health Program and would like to share your story, please contact the Archives at: email@example.com
This project was funded in part by the generosity of the Nurses Alumni Association of the Winnipeg General Hospital and Health Sciences Centre and the Archives/Museum Endowment Fund.