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Patient Safety & Quality Care

 

As a progressive organization, we are constantly implementing new quality and safety initiatives to improve our patient’s hospital experience. We also continually monitor our healthcare services in order to provide our communities with access to safe, quality care in a patient and family focused environment.

 

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Current Oakville Hospital | CLOSING December 2015! 

After 65 years of providing exemplary health care, the current Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital located on 327 Reynolds Street will close in December 2015, on the same day the new Oakville Hospital opens.

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The Legacy Lives On

The tradition of exemplary patient care continues as Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital moves into its new home at the end of the year. The OTMH name provides a link to Oakville’s history, recognizing the contributions of the Oakville and Trafalgar Townships that came together to build the original hospital.  The iconic name also .....

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About Our Three Hospitals

We take great pride in providing quality, compassionate healthcare services to our rapidly growing communities in Georgetown, Milton, and Oakville. As a progressive and vibrant healthcare organization, we are committed to being an innovative centre of excellence in community hospital care in the Halton Region.

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Pan Am Games Wrap Up

The Pan Am Games have finished and Canada has taken 217 medals, 78 of those gold! The Cisco Milton Velodrome was home to the cycling track events and it was here that Canada’s Kate O’Brien and Monique Sullivan took gold in the women’s team sprint event. Halton Healthcare’s Milton District Hospital was a designated hospital for the velodrome events and at the ready in case athletes or fans were injured. We’ll also be on stand-by in support of our ParaPan Am velodrome athletes and their fans in August.... View Image

Milton District Hospital Groundbreaking Ceremony

June 24, 2015 - Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care is working with Halton Healthcare to expand Milton District Hospital using IO's Alternative Financing and Procurement delivery model. This video captures highlights from the June 24, 2015 groundbreaking event in Milton...View Video

Ontario Investing up to $501 Million to Expand and Modernize Milton District Hospital

Ontario is investing up to $501.3 million to support the construction of a new four-story patient care building at Milton District Hospital to give patients faster access to the right care.

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Transforming Healthcare! Our 2014/15 Annual Report

We’ve come a long way since Dr. Stevenson converted his house into Milton’s first hospital, the original Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital opened its doors and Ron Marchand became the first baby born at the new Georgetown Hospital. And the journey continues! Read more about the past year’s accomplishments at Halton Healthcare – the new spaces and technologies and our patient care stories, in the current annual report.

Click here to launch the digital annual report. There are links throughout the report to allow you to go deeper into our stories.

Beta Sigma Phi donate $4,500 to help fund equipment for New Oakville Hospital

At their Annual Founder’s Day dinner on April 30th, 2015 at Le Dome, the sorority Beta Sigma Phi and their city council presented our OHVA President Patte Seaton with a $4500.00 donation to the OHVA to help fund new equipment for the New Oakville Hospital. Read More

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