Mississauga – Today at Credit Valley Hospital (CVH), Mississauga South MPP Charles Sousa announced that Ontario is expanding services at CVH and Trillium Health Centre to ensure that residents of Mississauga can get better access to the quality care they need, close to home.
The province is providing $19.5 million in additional operating funding to help the hospitals provide services in the space created through its recently-completed redevelopment project. The money will help the hospital provide more services, such as:
The Mississauga hospitals are just two of 32 newly-redeveloped hospitals across the province expanding services.
Today’s announcement is part of the Ontario government’s Post Construction Operating Plan (PCOP) funding initiative, which supports the operations of new hospital facilities. It is annual funding that is added to the hospital’s base funding.
Investing in front line health care is part of the province’s Open Ontario Plan to provide more access to health care services and improve quality and accountability for patients.
"I'm thrilled that with this new funding Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre are going to be able to offer residents of Mississauga better access to high quality care. Our government has been working hard to modernize hospital infrastructure all across the province and today’s announcement is evidence of our tremendous progress."
- MPP Charles Sousa, Mississauga South
“With today’s announcement, Trillium Health Centre will be able to provide increased access to beds and quality services the people of our community deserve and depend on,” said President and CEO Janet Davidson, O.C. “We thank the government for their continued investment in the health of our community."
“We are extremely pleased with the government’s commitment to our hospital. We can now finalize our planning efforts as we prepare for the opening of our new wing in the Spring of next year.” These new beds will help us continue our promise of delivering safe, quality, patient centred hospital care and to ensuring we continue to align our services to the priority needs of our community.”
- Michelle DiEmanuele, President and CEO, Credit Valley Hospital
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The Credit Valley Hospital
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