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Stevenson Memorial Hospital Invites You to a Town Hall Series

Thursday, February 29 at the Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
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Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) is offering a series of Town Halls to engage with local communities about its exciting hospital expansion plans. Hear from SMH President and CEO, Jody Levac about the future of Stevenson, as well as programs and services. Ask questions and see new design images and renderings. This is the future of your health care and your local hospital servicing south Simcoe and surrounding communities.

SMH Foundation CEO, Mary Thomas will also provide an update on their capital campaign in support of the project.

Please join us at the Bradford Town Hall at the Bradford Public Library (Zima Room) on Thursday, Feb. 29th at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome!


About the Stevenson Memorial Hospital Redevelopment:

Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) is embarking on an exciting redevelopment project that will significantly expand the hospital and modernize its clinical spaces.

At 152,000 square-feet, a new hospital building will be built on the property and will wrap around the current facility. It will include a complete redesign of the hospital’s clinical areas.

These include:

•           Emergency Department

•           Laboratory

•           Medical/Surgical (inpatient)

•           Diagnostic Imaging

•           Surgical Suite

•           Birthing Unit

•           Pharmacy

•           Medical Device Reprocessing

The Emergency Department will triple in size and have its own separate entrance, complete with a new, enclosed Ambulance Bay.

The design features significant use of natural light, modern features, enhanced parking and is inspired by local history, landscape, traditions, and culture. The design has been created by Kasian Architecture, the primary design consultants for SMH’s redevelopment project.

The current hospital as it stands today was built in 1964 and was built to manage 7,000 visits to its Emergency Department per year. The hospital now manages almost 40,000 per year. With the significant growth in population of our local communities, this redevelopment is needed today and for future generations.

Construction is slated to start in 2025 with an anticipated completion in 2028. Early works projects to prepare the property for construction will be taking place throughout 2024.

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