Stay up to date with the DGH Redevelopment & Expansion Project by viewing the latest updates of ongoing and upcoming work: June 2019 Update
Some of Dartmouth General's services have relocated or moved offsite due to construction. Please click on the link to learn more about these changes: www.nshealth.ca/news/dartmouth-general-hospital-renovation-service-impacts
The Dartmouth General Hospital (DGH) is embarking on a Redevelopment Project that will see major facilities renovations and expansion, and the addition of new equipment and technology. Our $13 million Above and Beyond Capital Campaign is leveraging $137 million from the provincial government for a total investment of $150 million in our facility. Our project is a key part of the overall QEII Redevelopment project, a multi-site plan to build a modernized acute care system.
A new three-story addition, the Neville J. Gilfoy Wing, will be added on the back of the hospital (now under construction).
This will house:
Elsewhere in the hospital, renovation and retrofitting will take place. This will result in:
The Foundation’s role in the DGH redevelopment and expansion project will be to create awareness and visibility surrounding the project, and to most importantly raise funds to help make it possible.
The QEII New Generation project is the plan to relocate care and services from the Victoria General and Centennial buildings which will be decommissioned by approximately 2020 and later demolished. However, the project is much more than replacing aging infrastructure, it's also about planning for the future of care delivery in Nova Scotia to ensure we are meeting patient’s needs now and 30 years from now.
The overall project includes many individual projects such as the redevelopment and expansion of the QEII Health Sciences Centre, the redevelopment and expansion at the Dartmouth General Hospital, an OR renovation at Hants Community Hospital, a new Community Outpatient Facility in Bayers Lake and a new residential Hospice located in Halifax. Dartmouth General's project, along with these others, will support the eventual closure of the Victoria and Centennial buildings.
For more information on the QEII New Generation, visit https://healthredevelopment.novascotia.ca/