Peel Memorial Centre hospital Expansion

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Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness – Phase II

Following the recent opening of Phase I of the Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness in 2017, the Provincial government recently announced a commitment to fund Phase II of the expansion of Peel Memorial Centre into a full hospital.

Phase II will include an expansion of the current facility to a new multistorey in-patient care tower with over 100 new beds specializing in continuing complex care and patient rehabilitation. Phase II is an integral part of the long-term planning process to increase in-patient capacity across Osler’s health system.

William Osler will be working with Infrastructure Ontario and the Goverment of Ontario to determine the exact timelines for the different phases of the project.

Brampton based MDA – From Space to Medical

Partnering with the Province of Ontario, the City of Brampton attended the 2018 Bio International Convention in Boston. As part of the Ontario theme of “convergence”, the Brampton Economic Development Office was joined by Brampton based MDA. MDA, a Canadian Space Agency contractor, has collaborated with Synaptive Medical to create “Drive,” an automated robotic arm that tracks the movement of a surgeon’s tools and helps to expedite brain and spinal surgeries.

New Seniors Health and Wellness Village

Peel Manor long-term care centre, located on Main Street North, has been approved for redevelopment. To minimize the impact on those who live in the facility, the new building will be built next to the current one, using part of Murray Street Park.

The new 200,000 square foot Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor will feature a community hub. The hub will support the health and well-being of both residents of the centre and the surrounding community by hosting various health providers, and expanded adult day programs and other services. The site will also feature a redeveloped park space that will be senior-frendly and focused on creating connections within the community.

Design of the new building is to be completed in 2018 with construction to begin in 2019. The new Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor and the new park are set to be completed by 2022.

New centre to transform diabetic care in Brampton

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LMC Brampton now offers six diabetes related services under one roof delivered by a team of 30 healthcare professionals in a state of-the-art, 11,000 square foot facility.

LMC Healthcare officially opened its new LMC Brampton campus. LMC Brampton is one of the first, fully integrated, multidisciplinary diabetes specialist centres of its kind in Canada – a tremendous resource for residents of Brampton and Peel Region who experience some of the highest rates of diabetes in the country.

LMC Brampton now offers six diabetes-related services under one roof delivered by a team of 30 healthcare professionals in a state-of-the-art, 11,000 square foot facility. Patients have onestop access to highly specialized diabetes care, diabetes education, optometry, foot care and chiropody, diabetes pharmacy and clinical research.

“LMC is committed to transforming diabetes care in the community by making it more accessible, comprehensive and patient-centered than ever before,” said LMC CEO Mark Angelo.

ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development is Now Open

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The new 121,000 sq. ft. building is home to Ontario’s largest regional respite facility

The new state of the art ErionakKids Centre for Treatment and Development has opened its doors for client services. At approximately 121,000 sq. ft., the Brampton site is located at McVean Drive and Castlemore Road, and will serve about 6,400 children and youth each year from Brampton, Caledon and surrounding areas. It will offer a variety of services, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, autism services, speech, language, hearing and vision services, recreation therapy and more. The Brampton location is also home to what will be Ontario’s largest regional respite facility. With 26 beds, the Respite Centre will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide short periods of care.