Queen's University Department of Psychiatry is a lively academic and clinical environment, with a substantial international publication history.
The Department provides high quality psychiatric treatment to patients residing in Southeastern Ontario. Eligible patients are invited to participate in new research trials conducted by the Department. Referrals of new patients are welcomed. A referral form is available under the "Treatment and Referrals" tab.
Psychiatric residents gain a broad range of experience, with the opportunity to work with faculty members who are authorities in their fields, and to conduct their own research projects with amply experienced supervisors.
The program also attracts national and international speakers to its weekly Grand Rounds.
For more information, visitors to this site may wish to explore the Research, Postgraduate Education and Treatment and Referrals tabs.
Kingston is located on the picturesque shores at the junction of Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and the Rideau Canal. Being at the intersection of these three important waterways means that Kingston has a rich history, including being the first capital of Canada.
While the population of Greater Kingston is just over 130,000 we have the cultural and social facilities of a much larger city including a symphony orchestra, a vibrant arts community, great dining and nightlife as well as some of the best sailing in Canada.
The standard of living in Kingston is very high with housing and the cost of living being much lower than you might expect. All of this combined with the friendly and relaxed college town environment provides an idyllic setting to practise medicine.
Here are a few links to learn more about our home town:
Doing business in Kingston