We're excited to invite the Burlington community to see five mock-up rooms that will mirror the patient experience we will achieve in our new hospital. Take a walk through a Patient Room, Emergency Department Exam Room, Trauma Resuscitation Room, Intensive Care Unit Room and an Operating Room.
These rooms have been designed to promote patient and family centred care and they incorporate the latest technological advancements that will enable our staff to deliver exemplary healthcare services to our community.
If you have a group of 20 or more who would like to view the space, you may arrange a private tour by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mock-up rooms are located in a warehouse at the back of 835 Harringtont Court. Blue signs will direct you to the space.
Phase 2 of our Redevelopment and Expansion Project is well underway with the construction of our new state-of-the-art seven storey patient care tower, due to be complete in 2017. Please check back with us regularly for updates - we are happy to share the excitement of our changing environment.
As our new hospital grows, we will be posting updates and highlighting our new facilities, renovations and any changes to services.
Take a virtual tour of the new Joseph Brant Hospital by watching this video from EllisDon Infrastructure!
If you have any questions about the new hospital, we want to hear them. You can email email@example.com
1. Construction Highlights – Starting on Friday, May 13, 2016 the EllisDon team will begin to disassemble one of two crane towers on our main construction site. The disassembly of the crane is a significant construction milestone as it means that most of the large mechanical and electrical equipment has been...
We are thrilled to share that the last concrete pour for the top level of our new patient tower is complete! This is the first significant milestone for Phase 2 of the new hospital project. Take a look at our Construction Photo Album on Jo Brant’s Facebook page to see photos that capture the last concrete...
“Who doesn’t want to be called a ‘champion’?” Jenn Paul, RN at Jo Brant said she was initially attracted to the program champion role to help lead our first two patient moves as part of the Redevelopment & Expansion Project because of the name.But, as Jenn learned, a champion doesn’t...