New Community Hospital

Woodstock General Hospital

Size: 272,000 SF | Value: $120 Million | Completion: 2011

Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

In 2002, WalterFedy’s mechanical, electrical, and civil engineers began work with Parkin Architects Limited on a new, greenfield, acute-care hospital. The three-storey, $120-million facility has 178 patient beds, and replaced the existing Woodstock General Hospital. With a floor area of 272,000 SF, the full-service general hospital offers a wide range of services and departments with the ability to share resources between staff user-groups on an as-needed basis.


The hospital consists of the following departments and services: Operating rooms, recovery area, ICU department, full maternity and child care wing, and acute care beds.


A modern digital based diagnostic-imaging department with CT scanner, nuclear medicine cameras, and an MRI unit and physiotherapy department are included for outpatient services. There is also an inpatient and outpatient mental-health services department, as well as a 24-hour expanded emergency department. Internal autopsy, pharmacy and laboratory facilities round out the hospital’s services.



The hospital is designed to the latest energy-saving and sustainable design standards and has attained LEED® Silver Certification.


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