Halifax Infirmary

The HI site of the QEII is made up of the Abby J.Lane Building, the Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building and the Halifax Infirmary Building. The HI has the biggest emergency care facility in Nova Scotia. It also houses a number of inpatient units, general surgery, vascular surgery, cardiovascular surgery, orthopedic surgery and a number of outpatient clinics including the only burn clinic in Nova Scotia. The Abbie J. Lane Building hosts a 42-bed mental health unit that serves people over the age of 18 who are experiencing an acute mental illness. Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building is home to 175 veterans and provides one of the only specialized geriatric care units in the area.

Victoria General

IMG_7790 MODI 2The Victoria General Hospital site of the QEII is made up of the Centennial Building, Dickson Building, Victoria Building and Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre. The Victoria General Hospital houses the Nova Scotia Cancer Centre, which is the largest cancer treatment department in Nova Scotia. Every person diagnosed with Cancer in Nova Scotia will at some time visit the Dickson Centre for treatment and support. The Victoria General Hospital also carries out the highest number of outpatient procedures in Nova Scotia.

 

Bayers Road Clinic

Bayers Road Clinic provides outpatient services, blood collection and mental health services. The clinic is conveniently located in the suburbs of the affluent West End and Clayton Park areas of Halifax.

Spryfield Community Wellness Centre

The Spryfield Community Wellness Centre is home to a variety of community-based health services. The centre covers Armdale, Herring Cove, Purcell’s Cove, Spryfield and the Sambro Loop. The centre provides three main services. The Addictions and Mental Health Program support individuals and families to think about healthy lifestyle changes, as well as offer general mental health and addiction treatment services for adults.

Mumford Clinic

Dalhousie Family Medicine Clinics are teaching facilities for learners who are becoming family doctors. Approximately 45 family medicine residents are trained each year. The clinic teams are made up of medical students, residents, family physicians, family practice nurses, clinic aides, reception clerical support, pharmacists and mental health professionals.

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