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Government Approves Funding to Relocate Parking Lot at Cape Breton Regional Hospital

The province is taking another important step to make way for the construction of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital expansion, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project.

Today, Dec. 4, the province approved funding of $2.6 million to relocate one of the parking lots at the back of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital. The parking lot, which is closest to the building, has 238 spaces. The spaces will be moved across the street from the current Cape Breton Cancer Centre.

Next Steps for Cape Breton Regional Hospital Expansion and Renovations

Government is inviting bids from companies interested in managing the construction of a major expansion at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital.

The Cape Breton Regional Hospital is getting a new emergency department, critical care department and cancer centre. All three services will be part of the new 190,000 square-foot building to be built at the back of the hospital as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment project.

Province Chooses Approach to Build North Sydney, New Waterford Health Facilities

The province will use a design-build-finance-maintain approach to build new community health centres and new long-term care facilities in North Sydney and New Waterford as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment project. This work will also include a new laundry centre in North Sydney.

A consulting firm will be hired in the next few weeks to lead the P-3 process, similar to the QEII New Generation project.  This will ensure government is ready to go to tender as quickly as possible once the planning of these new facilities is complete.

Cape Breton Regional Hospital to See Major Expansion

The Cape Breton Regional Hospital is getting a new emergency department, critical care department and cancer centre as part of a major expansion.

Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey announced plans in Sydney today, March 25. The expansion is part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project and will transform the way health care is delivered, improving access to care and creating more reliable, sustainable services.

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