We’re finally here! On Sunday, June 23, we opened the doors of Etobicoke General’s west wing, which adds 250,000 square feet to the facility. Learn more about the west wing:
Visiting Etobicoke General? Here’s what you need to know
- The new Emergency Department (ED) is open
- The new ED entrance is clearly marked and has a patient drop-off area right outside. See the site map for parking and patient drop-off details.
- The new Birthing Unit
- To access the new birthing unit, please enter through the new Main Entrance off Humber College Blvd.
- See our pamphlet for everything you need to know about having your baby in the new unit
- View a video tour of the unit
New main entrance
- The new Main Entrance to the hospital is open and the ‘old’ main entrance is closed for renovations. Volunteers will be on hand to help guide you.
This site map will help you find your way. You can also view a floor-by-floor list of the services and programs.
- The Café in the Atrium of west wing is open and the Cafeteria in the east wing is now closed.
- The Tim Hortons on the main floor remains open. Enter through the new main entrance.
- The new gift shop is open the Atrium of the west wing.
More information about amenities.
The transformation continues
Other work still continues in the older hospital building and on the hospital grounds.
- The ‘old’ main entrance and some parts of the ‘old’ building are being renovated.
- Construction has begun to build a permanent link between the new patient tower and ‘old’ hospital building.
- Additional parking spaces are being created; roadways are being finished and landscaping is being done across the site.
Services and programs inside the west wing
- An Emergency Department almost double the size of the existing space;
- A Critical Care Unit four times larger than its current space;
- A combined Cardiac, Respiratory and Neurodiagnostic Outpatient Unit for patients with heart, breathing, and neurological complications;
- A Maternal Newborn Unit with 10 private birthing suites, two operating rooms, and a 10-bassinette Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for newborns who need extra care;
- An Ambulatory (day) Procedures Unit offering advanced procedures that allow patients same-day discharge and recovery at home;
- More comfortable, modern patient rooms with lots of natural light.