Learn. Laugh. Discover.
Education Programs 2015-2016
The mysteries and wonders of science and health care, in the Museum or in the classroom. Curriculum-linked, hands-on learning opportunities for students of all ages!
The Museum of Health Care offers hands-on, curriculum-linked programs and tours for grades K-12 and university classes, adult education programs, summer day camps, and other community groups. We offer 20 program options, which are led by trained and enthusiastic guides committed to bringing Canada's healthcare story to life for you and your group.
Click here to view/download our 2015-2016 Education Programs brochure (PDF)
Click here to fill out our Educaton Program Request Form
Click here to view/downloald our Teacher's Kits. These kits can be used before or after a visit to the museum.
By phone: 613-548-2419 (Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday to Friday)
By e-mail: email@example.com
Online: Education Program Request Form
To schedule a program in the Museum, arrange a classroom visit, or receive more information about the programs we offer and how they can be customized to meet your needs, please contact us. Guided programs must by booked at least two weeks in advance, so please call early.
Fee & Payment Options
Programs in the Museum: $3 per student (no charge for supervisors)
Classroom visits: No fee for "Healthy Living & Diabetes."
Self-guided Museum visits: By donation
Cash, cheque, and credit card payments can be accepted (no debit).
Learn more about our Education Programs:
+ View detailed information about our program options and their links to the Ontario Curriculum
+ Subscribe to our E-Newsletter for Educators, your source for up-to-date information about the Museum's educational activities, including our education programs.
Education Programs at the Museum of Health Care are supported by The Anna and Edward C. Churchill Foundation, The Faculty of Health Sciences (Queen's University), and Rx&D.
You can support the development of our many educational offerings by becoming a Museum Member.