Credit Valley Hospital

Media Release


Improving Access to Hospital Services in Mississauga

Sousa Announces Ontario Government Expanding Services At Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre

March 4, 2011


Today, Mississauga South MPP Charles Sousa announced that Ontario is expanding services at Credit Valley Hospital 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 helping the hospitals expand services following their recently-completed redevelopment projects by providing $25.68M in new operating funding. Credit Valley will receive $16.91M and Trillium will receive $8.77M. This investment will improve care and help the hospitals provide more services by supporting:

  • The expansion of medical, surgical and rehabilitation inpatient services, as well as ambulatory services for surgery, emergency and pediatric care at Credit Valley;
  • Credit Valley’s annual replacement equipment charge, to fund future equipment purchases; and
  • The expansion of medical, intensive care, neurosurgical, mental health and rehabilitation inpatient services, as well as ambulatory services for urgent care, mental health and surgery at Trillium.

The Mississauga hospitals are two of 29 hospitals across the province receiving funds to expand services following a redevelopment project.

Expanding front line health care services is part of the province’s Open Ontario Plan to provide more access to health care services and improve quality and accountability for patients.

(left to right) Ruby Brown, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Trillium Health Centre; Charles Sousa, MPP (Mississauga South); Michelle DiEmanuele, president and CEO, The Credit Valley Hospital and Bob Delaney, MPP (Mississauga Streetsville)


I’m proud to be part of a government that takes its responsibility to support our hospitals seriously. This increase in funding will help ensure that our community continues to receive the top quality health care it deserves.
-Hon. Charles Sousa MPP, Mississauga South

“The Credit Valley Hospital resides in one of the fastest growing and diverse communities in Canada. We have experienced an unprecedented demand for needed services and this funding will help to alleviate the pressures for hospital care.”
- Michelle DiEmanuele, President and CEO, Credit Valley Hospital

“Today’s announcement will help Trillium Health Centre further reduce wait times in many areas of our hospital. The funding will improve the flow of patients into hospital beds. It will also enhance services in some of our high demand areas such as neurosurgery, general surgery, intensive care and mental health.”
- Janet Davidson O.C., President and CEO, Trillium Health Centre


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  • A total of $149 million is being invested to expand services at 29 hospitals across the province.
  • This investment will increase services throughout Ontario, including care for over 277,000 more pediatric cases and 82,000 emergency room visits in the coming years.
  • These new operating funds will support over 300,000 outpatient visits in Ontario hospitals.
  • The province is building18 new hospitals and has completed 58 major hospital redevelopment projects since 2003.
  • Today’s announcement is Phase II of the province’s PCOP program. Under Phase I, Credit Valley Hospital received $15.3 million and Trillium Health Centre received $4.1 million.


Find out more about infrastructure projects underway in Ontario

Find out more about Credit Valley Hospital

Find out more about Trillium Health Centre