We are looking for enthusiastic committee members who will help support museum staff and work diligently to support our mission and vision.
The Museum is currently welcoming statements of interest for the following:
Board of Directors
Human Resources Committee
Note: Meetings are held virtually. In-person attendance is not required. … More Volunteer Board and Museum Committee Members Wanted!
The Museum of Health Care is pleased to announce that Jessica Sealey is this year’s recipient of the Margaret Angus Research Fellowship. Jessica Sealey is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University. Jessica holds a Masters in the History of Art from the University of Western Ontario and has previously worked in the … More Welcome MARF 2023: Jessica Sealey
The Museum of Health Care is proud to participate in this year’s Jane’s Walks! The Museum’s wildly popular Sick City: Unlocking the Secrets of Kingston’s Medical History outdoor guided tour is included in this year’s schedule, running Saturday, May 6 at 1pm. There is no cost. Registration is not required. Walks run rain or shine. … More Jane’s Walks Kingston 2023 Schedule
This competition is now closed. The Museum of Health Care would like to thank all applicants. The Museum of Health Care is accepting proposals for a resident 16-week summer research fellowship (May – September), which will investigate a topic relevant to the history of health and health care. The fellow will communicate the results of … More 2023 Margaret Angus Research Fellowship (MARF) Competition Open
The Museum of Health Care and the Hannah Chair at Queen’s University are proud to present an evening with Canadian historian and author Tim Cook, as he speaks to his newly released book, Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: Medical Care and the Struggle for Survival in the Great War … More Historian Tim Cook book talk recording available for limited time
The Museum of Health Care and Murney Tower, two favourite local museums, are inviting families to visit for a brand new Easter event. Designed for kids of all ages, Eggs-tream Easter Fun at the Museum is a family-friendly event which includes an Easter egg hunt and Easter-themed crafts. Eggs will be hidden in both museums … More Eggs-tream Easter Fun at the Museum
Have you ever thought about why we look the way we do? Want to know the secret? It’s all in your DNA! March over to the Museum of Health Care to build your DNA model and challenge yourself to an ex-cell-ent scavenger hunt! … More March Break at the Museum of Health Care
The Museum of Health Care and the Hannah Chair at Queen’s University are proud to present an evening with Canadian historian and author Tim Cook, as he speaks to his newly released book, Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: Medical Care and the Struggle for Survival in the Great War … More Renowned Historian Tim Cook in Kingston this March to share stories from new book
The Museum of Health Care is hiring for the summer! If you are enthusiastic, creative and have an interest in working in heritage, we want to hear from you! … More 2023 Summer Positions Available
On Monday, February 20 bring your teddy bear or other special stuffed animal to the Museum where trained “teddy doctors and nurses” will be on hand to examine and treat your toy’s bumps, lumps, and bruises. Learn, laugh, and find out why doctors and hospitals aren’t so scary after all! The event will include hands-on activities and crafts. Suitable for all ages! … More Teddy Bear Hospital Returns this Family Day