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HPHA Receives Health Infrastructure Renewal Funding
July 17, 2017

Ontario is continuing to strengthen and support hospitals in southwestern Ontario with repairs and upgrades to provide patients with high-quality care in a safe and healthy environment.

On July 13, Liz Sandals, President of the Treasury Board and MPP for Guelph, was at HPHA - Stratford General Hospital, to announce funding for this year to revitalize facilities across the HPHA through the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund.
  • Clinton Public Hospital will receive $296,798
  • St. Marys Memorial Hospital will receive $319,133
  • Seaforth Community Hospital will receive $925,439
  • Stratford General Hospital will receive $1,076,573
Funding from the province allows hospitals to make critical improvements to their facilities including upgrades or replacements to roofs, windows, heating and air conditioning systems, fire alarms and back-up generators.

 

Quick Facts
  • The province is investing $175 million in repairs and upgrades to hospitals this year through the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund (HIRF).
  • HIRF was established in 1999 to assist hospitals in renewing their facilities.
  • As part of the 2017 Budget, Ontario is also spending an additional $9 billion to support the construction of new hospital projects across the province. This brings Ontario's total planned investment in hospital infrastructure to more than $20 billion over the next 10 years.
  • The government's investment of more than $190 billion over the 13-year period starting in 2014–15 is the largest infrastructure investment in the province's history. It is helping to build new child care spaces, schools, hospitals, public transit, highways and roads.

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