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This major expansion will mean more and better space for delivering the health care services the community needs most.  

Spacious, modern, patient-friendly facilities

The new four-storey wing will add 250,000 square feet to our facility when it opens in 2019. The new wing will include:

New, larger emergency department

The entire first floor of the new wing will be dedicated to emergency care, making the new area almost twice as large as the existing space.
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The new, larger emergency department (ED) will be a state-of-the-art, high-tech environment, built to support best practices in emergency care.

The airy, bright space is also designed for patient and family safety, comfort, and privacy.

A new fracture clinic will be located next to the emergency department, providing space to care for more patients in less time.

State-of-the-art infection prevention features, patient-centred care that supports privacy and family members, and a design that enables the efficient flow of patients.

Some of the features of the new ED:

  • A separate entrance and receiving area for patients arriving by ambulance. This means ambulance crews won’t be delayed, and patients will have more privacy; 
  • 3 trauma rooms equipped to manage the most serious injuries and illnesses; 
  • A separate waiting area and treatment rooms designed for children; 
  • For elderly patients: larger treatment rooms and stretchers that convert to chairs. 
  • For mental health patients: a separate area that respects their need for a quiet, secure space away from the rest of the busy emergency department.

New combined Cardiac, Respiratory and Neurodiagnostic Outpatient Clinic

It’s not uncommon for patients to have a combination of heart, lung, and nervous system diseases. So, bringing these outpatient diagnostic services together, in one space, will be more convenient for patients – particularly those with heart disease and breathing complications.

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Placing the services in the same area has the added benefit of allowing specialists to access one another’s test findings and share insights about the patient’s condition.

New maternal newborn unit

Our community has one of the highest birth rates in Canada, with an average of 2,600 babies being delivered each year. The new, larger Maternal Newborn Unit will help to give Moms the birth experience they want, in a spacious and family-centred environment.
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Features include:

  • 22 Labour, Delivery, and Recovery rooms – with private bathrooms and lots of space for Mom, baby and family
  • A Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), with 10 treatment bays and room for a parent to stay. The NICU provides specialized care for babies who are underweight, sick or premature
  • Two ‘care by parent’ rooms to help parents prepare to take their baby home
  • Two operative birthing rooms for Caesarian-sections
  • Two infant resuscitation rooms to prepare infants who need to be moved to the NICU or another facility
  • Maternal Newborn clinics for – ante natal care, Rhogam testing, fetal monitoring, breast feeding support, infant follow-up and more.

 

New cardio-respiratory/electro-diagnostics unit

This new unit will bring all of our cardiorespiratory and electrodiagnostics services together in one large, bright, self-contained space. This will be more convenient for patients – particularly those with heart disease and breathing complications.
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Our community has one of the highest rates of heart disease in Ontario, with a trend to younger and younger patients – some only in their thirties.

We currently do not have the space to add other critical tests that will improve diagnoses and better access to treatment. In addition, the existing spaces are fragmented, located throughout the hospital, including the basement.

The new unit features:

  • New services, including a chest pain clinic
  • Bigger, brighter dedicated space to support patient education
  • Rooms designed for maximum flexibility to take advantage of future advancements

Some units will also get a facelift and move to new, expanded spaces, with additional equipment, including:

  • Dialysis
  • Laboratory
  • Diagnostic Cardiology
  • Day Surgery

Fundraising continues for the new patient tower

The new patient tower is still under construction and Osler Foundation is working to raise $25 million to help build and equip the new tower.

Until DeC. 31, 2018, each dollar donated will be matched by Orlando Corporation. That means that each gift has double the impact.

Donations can be made at YouHaveThePower.ca


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Email: bstoneburgh@par-med.com


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