Woodstock General Hospital

Project Type:
BFM - Build Finance Maintain
Infrastructure Type:
Health Care
Contract Price:
$268.7 million
Estimated Value for Money:
$71 million

About the Project:

  • The new, state-of-the-art facility is three-storeys high and 350,000 square feet, which is more than double the size of the previous hospital, which was built in 1895. 
  • It has capacity for up to 178 beds.


  • Request for Qualifications:
    Jun 05, 2007
  • Short-list Bidders Selected:
    Aug 01, 2007
  • Request for Proposals:
    Jan 08, 2008
  • Winning Bidder Selected:
    Aug 25, 2008
  • Construction Begins:
    Oct 23, 2008
  • Construction Ends:
    Jun 24, 2011

Winning Bidder

Integrated Team Solutions (ITS): EllisDon, LPF Infrastructure Fund, Honeywell, CIT, Sunlife Assurance Company, Great West Life and Industrial Alliance.


The new hospital allows health-care professionals to offer a full-range of clinical services and programs, including: 

  • Physiotherapy and rehabilitation services
  • Cardio-respiratory services 
  • Pharmacy and laboratory services
  • A new inpatient rehabilitation program, in partnership with community agencies
  • Diagnostic Imaging (DI) department using the latest in digital imaging technologies for diagnosis and to reduce patient wait times
  • Surgical services 
  • Inpatient medical/surgical beds
  • Critical care and complex continuing care
  • Maternal/child/women's health unit 
  • Inpatient and outpatient acute mental health services

Community and Green Benefits

  • The new hospital provides patients and staff with a high-quality healing environment and the latest technology in patient care and communications.
  • The new facility allows Woodstock General Hospital to expand programs and physically improve the delivery of quality healthcare.
  • It also lowers wait times for clinical and medical services.

Economic Benefits

  • At the peak of construction, more than 200 construction workers worked at the site on a daily basis.
  • Woodstock General Hospital hired up to 200 new staff members and allied health professionals, once all beds and services were opened, and recruited approximately 10 new physicians to the area to accommodate the increase in inpatient beds and new services.

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