The Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) Healthcare Redevelopment project is another step closer to transforming the way health care is delivered in New Waterford and surrounding area, and the communities of the Northside.
Glace Bay residents will soon have improved access to dialysis with the opening of the Tom Peach Renal Dialysis Clinic. The new six-station unit will begin treating patients at Glace Bay Hospital later this month.
The province continues to move forward with Cape Breton Regional Municipality’s largest health-care project that will improve access and expand services.
The province is allocating $38.4 million towards planning and early construction of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project, today, July 2.
Government is another step closer to construction of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital’s new emergency department, cancer centre and critical care department.
The construction management services contract was awarded today, Jan. 9, to Pomerleau Lindsay Construction Joint Venture, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project.
It will advise on the construction planning, management services of construction work, as well as scheduling to minimize disruptions to daily operations at the hospital.
Government continues to move forward with improving sports and recreation facilities in New Waterford, as part of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project.
LAT49 Architecture Inc. has been awarded the contract to design and rebuild two sports fields and recreation facilities that are being relocated in New Waterford, today, Dec. 16.
New Waterford’s artificial turf soccer field, tennis courts, washrooms and storage buildings will be rebuilt at nearby MacKinnon Field to make way for the construction of the new community hub at the Breton Education Centre site.
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.
Government has issued a request for proposal for the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project that will result in improved health-care services in North Sydney.
A request for proposal for design services to build a new, modern community health centre, a 60-bed long-term care home and laundry centre in Northside Business Park was issued today, Nov. 19.
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.
As CBRM Health Care Redevelopment moves forward, government recognizes the importance of sports and recreation to the youth and community of New Waterford and area.
Today, Sept. 30, government announced $4.5 million to move and rebuild two sports fields and other recreation facilities in New Waterford.
North Sydney will soon be home to a new, modern community health centre, long-term care home and laundry centre.
Premier Stephen McNeil announced today, Aug. 2, that the new health-care facilities will be located on Memorial Drive in the Northside Business Park.