Government continues to advance the QEII New Generation project. A request for proposals has been released to two shortlisted companies to bid on the contract to expand the QEII Health Sciences Centre Halifax Infirmary site.
Two new interventional radiology suites are now open on the third floor of the Halifax Infirmary, QEII Health Sciences Centre. This project was announced in 2018 and is the first completed construction project at the QEII’s Halifax Infirmary, as part of the QEII New Generation project.
The province continues to move forward with the largest health-care infrastructure project in Nova Scotia's history.
A tender to design and build a parkade across from the Halifax Infirmary on Summer Street was awarded to Lindsay Construction Limited, today, July 2, as part of the QEII New Generation project's parking strategy. The parkade, with about 500 spaces, will be located north of the Museum of Natural History on provincially owned land.
The province is another step closer to the construction of a new outpatient centre on the Halifax Infirmary site of the QEll Health Sciences Centre, that will see more than 700,000 visits a year.
A tender to demolish the former CBC building on Bell Road was awarded to Asbestos Abatement Limited today, March 3, as part of the QEll New Generation project.
Dialysis is an important, life-saving treatment. That is why government is continuing to improve access to this care.
Government has approved $5.98 million to add six more dialysis chairs at the Halifax Infirmary. As a result, 24 more patients will be able to be treated at the Halifax Infirmary each week.
"Dialysis treatment is hard on patients and their families, it often means multiple trips for treatment each week,” said Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey. “We want to make it easier for more Nova Scotians to get this treatment.”
Fact Sheet - January 2020
Halifax Infirmary Expansion
- heart of the QEII New Generation project — the largest health care infrastructure project in Nova Scotia’s history
- 1.4 million square feet of new space will be constructed at the Halifax Infirmary (HI) site
- the HI expansion includes a new outpatient centre, cancer centre, research and innovation centre and expanded inpatient centre (hospital beds and operating rooms)
- all of these services will require parking
Preparations for the expansion of the Halifax Infirmary site of the QEII Health Sciences Centre continue to move forward, as part of the QEII New Generation project.
As part of the parking strategy, a tender to build a replacement parkade directly across from the Halifax Infirmary on Summer Street was issued today, Jan. 28.
The province is making way for construction of a new outpatient centre on the Halifax Infirmary site of the QEll Health Sciences Centre, that will see more than 700,000 visits a year.
A tender to demolish the former CBC building on Bell Road was issued today, Jan. 21, as part of the QEll New Generation project.
Dartmouth General Hospital is celebrating a major milestone with the opening of new operating rooms and clinical space as part of the QEII New Generation project.
Premier Stephen McNeil and Chief of Staff Dr. Todd Howlett officially opened Dartmouth General Hospital’s new three-storey expansion, named after a lifelong resident of Dartmouth and community and business leader, the late Neville J. Gilfoy, today, Dec. 3.