Care, close to home

Brampton Civic Hospital is a full-service community hospital providing a mix of emergency, inpatient and outpatient services that treat the community’s most complex or seriously ill or injured patients.
 

With more than 5,000 births a year, and the busiest emergency department in Ontario, our care teams are among the most experienced.
 

Most of the health care you and your family will ever need, you can find at Brampton Civic.

Our quest to provide the best care has led us to continually innovate to improve access to the comprehensive, leading-edge, life-saving programs and services that matter most including:

  • a critical care response team
  • ‘gold standard’ cardiac services
  • a Centre for Complex Diabetes Care
  • an expansive Mental Health and Addictions program, and hosts the Regional Chronic Kidney Disease Program for the Central West LHIN
  • a NICHE (Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders)-designated hospital, providing a variety of seniors services, including geriatric mental health, Geriatric Outreach Program and specialized Geriatric Emergency Management (GEM) programs

In addition to our extensive range of programs and services, Brampton Civic is home to innovative partnerships. For example, in partnership with Canadian Blood Services, Brampton Civic is helping to build Canada’s first national public cord blood bank. This means new moms can donate their babies’ umbilical cord blood to provide life-saving stem cell transplants for patients across Canada and around the world. Brampton Civic is one of five collection sites in Canada and the only community hospital on the list.
 

Thanks to the learning opportunities available due to our large and diverse community, Brampton Civic is a sought after placement for student training. In fact, the hospital is one of the largest training centres in Ontario – particularly among community hospitals – for future health care professionals, including nurses, physicians and allied health partners.
 

Serving one of the fastest growing and culturally diverse regions in Canada, the hospital provides quality health care that respects and celebrates the traditions, religions and cultures of all patients and families.
 

Through Osler’s extensive collaborative network of community health partners, patients have access to the care they need, when and where they need it.
 


 

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