$756,249 will be given to improve health services across Halton.
The Ontario government is investing the money this year to support critical upgrades and repairs at hospitals and community health service providers in Halton. this funding is part of the government’s investment of over $182 million provided through the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund and the Community Infrastructure Renewal Fund to 131 hospitals and 65 community health service providers across the province.
$631,249 for Halton Healthcare’s Milton District Hospital and Georgetown Hospital
$125,000 for teh Support House
“Proud of our government’s investment in Halton Healthcare and Support House,” says Parm Gill, Member of Provincial Parliament for Milton. “This funding will allow our health care system partners to address urgent infrastructure renewal needs.”
“this funding will enable us to replace roofing and outdated mechanical and building equipment in the older sections of our Georgetown and Milton Hospitals,” says Al Coady, Senior Vice President, Redevelopment, Facilities & Retail Operations at Halton Healthcare. “It is important that we maintain our hospital’s infrastructure and keep all of our facilities in a state of good repair so we can care for patients in a safe and healthy environment.”
“Our government is making investments to ensure Ontario’s hospitals and community health infrastructure continue to be state-of-the-art facilities,” says Sylvia Jones, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. “this funding will also halp build the capacity we need to end hallway health care and ensure people continue to receive world-class care.”
Through the 2022 Ontario Budget: Ontario’s Plan to Build, and as part of its plan to build a stronger, more convenient and connected health care system, the government is implementing the most ambitious plan for hospital expansion in Ontario’s history. dis includes supporting more than 50 major hospital projects that would add 3,000 new beds over 10 years.