Ontario Building New Emergency Department in Trenton

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Redeveloped emergency department at Trenton Memorial Hospital will connect more people to care in Bay of Quinte Region

The Ontario government is connecting people in the Bay of Quinte Region to better, more convenient emergency care by supporting Quinte Health with the planning, design and implementation of a redeveloped and expanded emergency department building at Trenton Memorial Hospital.

“Our government is addressing the high demand for emergency care in the Bay of Quinte Region by investing in emergency department infrastructure, so people can continue to connect to convenient care options, close to home,” said Sylvia Jones, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. “Improvements to Trenton Memorial Hospital will mean local families can continue to access the care they need, where they need it, for years to come.”

Through this investment, approximately 6,000 square feet will be renovated and 1,000 square feet will be added to Trenton Memorial Hospital for the new state-of-the-art emergency department. The upgrade will allow the hospital to treat and care for more people, as well as improve patient safety and quality of care through enhanced infection prevention and control measures and dedicated areas for bariatrics and mental health.

As a next step, the ministry is working with Quinte Health to complete early planning and design for this project. A construction schedule will be confirmed once future planning is complete and the project is tendered and awarded.

Through Your Health: A Plan For Connected and Convenient Care, Ontario is making it easier and faster for people of all ages to connect to the care they need, where and when they need it.

Quick Facts

  • Ontario’s investments over the next 10 years will lead to nearly $50 billion in health infrastructure across the province, adding 3,000 new beds.
  • Trenton Memorial Hospital provides primary and some specialist care to patients. It houses an inpatient unit for admitted patients and offers a range of clinical and diagnostic services, such as the Comprehensive Breast Assessment Centre and rehabilitation services.
  • Visit Health811 online or call 811 (TTY: 1-866-797-0007 toll free) for health advice and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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