QEII

Three Companies Qualify to Bid on Community Outpatient Centre

Three companies have been short listed to lead the public-private-partnership of the new Community Outpatient Centre in Bayers Lake, Halifax Regional Municipality.

Bird Integrated Health Partners, Community Health Partners and EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare have qualified to bid on the design, build, finance and maintain of the new centre, which is part of the QEII New Generation project.

A request for proposals will be issued to the three successful bidders in July.

Another Construction Contract Awarded for QEII New Generation Project

Government has awarded the construction contract for relocating the QEII Health Sciences Centre’s chemotherapy preparation lab to a Bedford company.

Pomerleau Inc. was awarded the contract today, April 18.

As part of the QEII New Generation Project, the Halifax lab where chemotherapy treatment is prepared will move from the Victoria Building to the Dickson Building on the Victoria General site of the QEII Health Sciences Centre.

Hospice Halifax Celebrates Ribbon Cutting with Partners

(Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Halifax, NS)

Halifax’s first hospice residence for Nova Scotian patients and their families celebrated its official opening today, April 17, at 618 Francklyn Street in Halifax. The facility will welcome patients and families by the end of the month.

The 10-bed hospice residence, designed by architect Anne Sinclair, will provide end-of-life care for people living with a terminal illness. The facility cost $7 million to build.

Province Awards Contract for Dartmouth General Hospital Parking

Construction of the Dartmouth General Hospital's parking lot expansion begins this month, as part of the QEII New Generation project.

A contract was awarded to Avondale Construction Ltd. today, April 10, to knock down part of a provincially owned warehouse at 10 Acadia St. adjacent to Dartmouth General Hospital. This project will create more spaces for hospital parking. Currently, the hospital has about 350 parking spaces. Once complete, there will be about 500 parking spaces.

The cost of the contract is $1.4 million.

Chemotherapy Preparation Lab Relocating

Government and Nova Scotia Health Authority are improving cancer care by relocating the province's busiest lab where chemotherapy treatment is prepared.

As part of the QEII New Generation project, the province has approved about $4.6 million to move the Halifax lab from the Victoria Building to the Dickson Building on the Victoria General site of the QEII Health Sciences Centre.

The new lab will be bigger, modern and have new technology and equipment to better meet the current and future growing demands.

Government Continues to Invest in QEII New Generation Project

Government continues to invest in Nova Scotia’s largest health redevelopment project that will improve access to care for Nova Scotians for many years to come.

Additional funding of $11.47 million for the QEII New Generation project was announced today, Feb. 11.

“This is another significant step in moving the redevelopment project forward,” said Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey. “Each investment gets us closer to improving how we deliver care for Nova Scotians.”

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