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William Osler: Fall 2011 Community Update
By William Osler Health System | Published  12/15/2011 | Health & Wellness | Rating:
William Osler Health System
William Osler Health System has over 800 beds and a health care team of over 4,000 staff, 700 physicians and 1100 volunteers. Osler provides programs and services to 1.3 million area residents in the growing and diverse communities they serve. William Osler Health System has three facilities – Brampton Civic Hospital, Etobicoke General Hospital and Peel Memorial (currently being redeveloped).

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Brampton – Status on the renovations and redevelopment of the Etobicoke General Hospital (EGH) and the demolition and redevelopment of Peel Memorial are some of the highlights found in William Osler Health System’s, Fall 2011 Community Update.

“With two significant government announcements in support of our redevelopment plans for both EGH and Peel Memorial that we received this summer, Osler’s Redevelopment team is well underway – with the new day surgery area at EGH opening December 22 and demolition from the inside out at Peel is already in progress,” said Kay Blair, Chair Board of Directors for William Osler Health System.

The Fall 2011 Community Update highlights redevelopment timelines for EGH and Peel; recent safety findings of the Canadian Institute for Health Information that shows Osler as one of the safest hospitals in Ontario according to the Hospital Standard Mortality Ratio; and continued expansion at Brampton Civic Hospital (BCH) for growing the access to services for the community.

“We continue to expand access to services by recently opening our 13th operating room and a new 8 bed unit to support it. We will see a 14th operating room open in the next few months. We also continue to improve access to care in the emergency department with increased physician coverage and a streamlined triage process so that high risk patients are treated more quickly,” said Matthew Anderson, President and CEO.

To read the complete Community Update, visit the homepage of Osler’s website.

Osler values the feedback and comments of the community, and encourages patients, families, and members of the public to connect with staff members. There are many ways to contact Osler; the easiest is through our website at or by phone at 905-494-2120 ext. 50200.

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