If you are in need of urgent care for life-threatening illness or injury, call 911 or go directly to the closest Emergency Department.
Commitment to Safety
Halton Healthcare has a responsibility to ensure our facilities remain as safe as possible. This is why we continue to have a number of protocols and precautions in place to protect our patients, staff, physicians and volunteers from the spread of COVID-19.
Patients and visitors have the choice to wear a face mask at Halton Healthcare facilities including the three hospitals – Georgetown Hospital, Milton District Hospital and Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Face mask dispensers are available at all main entrances for those who prefer to continue to wear one.
Please read the Visitor Screening Questions when you enter any of our facilities. This process is called self-screening. If you answer yes to any of the questions please reschedule your visit or, if you are coming for an appointment or procedure, proceed to the department where you have an appointment and ask them if your appointment will proceed.
Emergency Department Safety
There are times when our Emergency Departments are very busy and wait times for less urgent conditions will be longer. During peak times, if there are too many people in a waiting space the patients’ support person may be asked to move to accommodate patients.
Click here for more information about our Emergency Department.
To book a vaccine appointment and for more information on current eligibility, clinic locations, and vaccine safety visit the Halton Region website or the Government of Ontario website.
Visit the Government of Ontario website to find your closest location to get a COVID 19 test or clinical assessment.
Coming to Our Hospitals
Visit our Locations page for directions to our hospitals.
Click here to view the hours of our hospital entrances.