Queens General Hospital in Liverpool is one of the finest and most modern Community Hospitals in Nova Scotia. It has recently undergone a 16 million dollar renovation and new build, which was 90% funded by the Community. This added a 22 acute care bed medical floor and a Collaborative Care wing.
The QGH provides many services. These include:
By using a holistic approach, the hospital's collaborative practice gives patients access to the most appropriate, responsive, and comprehensive care available. Located in QGH, the collaborative practice features:
Liverpool is a training center for medical students and a designated site for Family Practice residents from Dalhousie Medical School.
QGH has a full-service emergency room with 24/7 coverage. It recently underwent a 1.7-million-dollar renovation to improve the air purification system which ensures a comfortable and safe work environment. The QGH ER includes features such as monitoring capabilities, a video-laryngoscope, and a FAST ultrasound, a new digital X-ray, and 24-hour laboratory services. CT Scan for QGH is planned.
A new long-term care facility is planned for Liverpool. The new building will have 112 beds, and will replace Queens Manor and Hillsvew Acres. The 80 million dollar plus building will be innovative and will ensure continued exemplary care for the senior population in Queens County.