A concept rendering of a public space in West Park's new Hospital, marked by natural light and a vast open view to the outdoors
Health care challenge
West Park is at the forefront in meeting one of the key health care challenges of the future — delivering advanced rehabilitative and complex continuing care to an aging population and people living with chronic disease.
With healthcare system pressures combined with the rise of specific medical conditions such as strokes and amputations from diabetes, the demand for West Park's services is expected to grow by 50 per cent over the next two decades.
Our solution: Integrated Campus of Care
West Park is creating an integrated healthcare campus of the future. We are bringing together advanced rehabilitative care, specialized complex care, long-term care, primary care and independent living opportunities that will allow people to live in dignity in a community setting, all on one "campus of care."
With the new hospital, it will ensure we can meet the rapidly growing demand for rehabilitative care and do even more for our patients. We are increasing our patient-care capacity, including outpatient facilities and equipment, "virtual-care" technology and adding 20 per cent more beds to the 260 hospital beds we currently have.
By providing patients with a range of healthcare services, all within walking distance on our unique 27-acre site overlooking the Humber River, we are opening the door to a new era in healthcare delivery.
We receive patients with very complex brain, respiratory and traumatic injuries and illnesses. We help them get better and give them back quality of life and independence. Our patients tell us that West Park literally gives them back their lives.
Our integrated campus of care will expand our ability to deliver solutions to the every day problems our patients and their families face. Our integrated campus of care will ensure dignity and quality of life for an active and aging population.
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For questions or comments, please contact the Campus Development department at 416-243-3600 ext. 2111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.