Ontario Investing $15 Million to Expand and Modernize Collingwood General and Marine Hospital

August 10, 2021
CGMH 40 years ago

COLLINGWOOD — As part of its comprehensive plan to end hallway health care, the Ontario government is investing over $15 million to support the planning and design of the redeveloped Collingwood General and Marine Hospital. Once complete, the hospital’s existing aged infrastructure will be expanded and upgraded, improving access to high-quality care for people living in Collingwood and the surrounding areas.

"On behalf of all of the communities and residents of the South Georgian Bay region that rely on Collingwood General and Marine Hospital, I want to thank the Province of Ontario for its commitment to provide the necessary funding to plan and design the much needed healthcare facility. I want to congratulate the Hospital Board, Foundation and staff for their unwavering commitment to the residents of our region to provide the right services and infrastructure to meet the growing needs of our region. Today’s announcement is an important milestone in the redevelopment process and I know our communities will continue to work together to ensure that our residents have access to a state of the art healthcare facility for generations to come."

Brian Saunderson
Mayor of the Town of Collingwood

Read full media release: https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/1000706/ontario-investing-15-million-to-expand-and-modernize-collingwood-general-and-marine-hospital