Chronicle of Events - 2005.

 

2005

 

 

November

November 5th: Hospital’s 20th birthday. Archival Wall made from original beams from homestead barn (previously used in former boardroom). 
PDF (7Kb)

October

Music of Healing and Hope begins at Credit Valley. Bi-weekly concerts by accomplished musicians to promote a healing environment for patients and visitors in the new main lobby.

  October 27: Credit Valley Supports GTA 905 Call to McGuinty Government to Improve Access to Hospital Care for Peel Region
The Credit Valley Hospital is joining hospitals across the GTA/905 in calling upon the McGuinty Government to improve local access to hospital services in Peel and surrounding regions as well as the rest of the GTA/905. 
PDF (42Kb)

September

Dr. Barbara Clive, retires as hospital’s chief of medical staff following two consecutive five year terms. Dr. Matt Gysler, former chief of obstetrics becomes the new chief of staff.
PDF (34Kb)

August

August 22: Minister of Infrastructure and Renewal, David Caplan announces an additional hospital wing for regional maternal child, palliative care and complex continuing care including 140 additional inpatient beds.
PDF (45Kb)
PDF (17Kb)

July

First Radiation Therapy Patient treated at The Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre.

June

June 9, 2005: Official Opening of The Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre and Ambulatory Care Centre
Contains Videos (more »)
PDF (36Kb)

May

Operation 555 (fifth day of the fifth month of the fifth year):the unofficial “internal” opening of the new regional cancer centre and ambulatory care centre.
Operation 555 Butt Out: Credit Valley Goes “Smoke-Free” on hospital grounds.
PDF (36Kb)

January

For the first time in Canada, a research study will determine what impact the design of a healing environment has on patient recovery and satisfaction. This aspect of patient care will be carefully scrutinized as part of an Ontario Hospital Association Change Foundation research grant to measure Best Performance through Metrics of Evidence-based Design.

The Change Foundation recently awarded The Credit Valley Hospital, Cancer Care Ontario and the architectural firm, Farrow Partnership Architects Inc. a $100,000 grant to work with WIN Workflow Integrity Networks to measure the effects of space and design on staff and patient satisfaction.
PDF (30Kb)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

Credit Valley Hospital