Building Tomorrow

Glace Bay Hospital

Opened in 1986, Glace Bay Hospital is a community hospital that serves Glace Bay, Dominion, Reserve Mines, Donkin, Port Morien, and surrounding areas. It currently has 44 acute care beds and 18 long-term care beds on 4North, a transitional long-term care unit.

The renovations will increase space by an estimated 30% and included the newly opened Tom Peach Renal Dialysis Clinic, a six-station unit that began treating patients in October, 2020.

Glace Bay Hospital

Other Improvements Include

CBP Infrastructure Cliff

New Emergency Department

Increased Space for Surgeries

Cliff Delaney – Project Manager at Nova Scotia Lands 

Glace Bay Hospital

Renal Dialysis Unit

The new six-station satellite renal dialysis unit opened in October 2020, enhancing and complementing services provided at other facilities in Cape Breton. 

The main dialysis centre for renal services in the Eastern Zone is at Cape Breton Regional Hospital in Sydney with 26 stations. There are also four satellite renal dialysis units located at Northside General, Inverness Consolidated Memorial, St. Martha’s Regional and Strait-Richmond hospitals.

About the Renal Dialysis Unit:

Glace Bay Hospital

Latest Updates

More Public Housing for Nova Scotians

More Public Housing for Nova Scotians

Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister John Lohr and Halifax MP Andy Fillmore, on behalf of Sean Fraser, federal Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities, announced today, February 23, the locations of new public housing units in Halifax Regional Municipality and 25 new modular housing units that will be installed in eight communities across the province by end of March.

Nova Scotia announces $3 million to attract international skilled workers

Nova Scotia announces $3 million to attract international skilled workers

The Nova Scotia government has pledged another $3 million to attract and retain skilled newcomers. The money will go towards settlement support, helping provide health and skilled trades workers with enhanced English language training, settlement assistance, support for growing the francophone population and community settlement programs.

‘It’s a godsend’; Feds work with CBRM, Membertou to spur housing growth

‘It’s a godsend’; Feds work with CBRM, Membertou to spur housing growth

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a long walk through the snow in a Membertou neighbourhood —but filled with thoughts of federal government plans to spur new home construction in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.

What to expect from the new NSCC Campus this fall

What to expect from the new NSCC Campus this fall

Applications are now open for NSCC programs – and if you enroll in Sydney – you’ll be a part of the first ever classes to attend the new waterfront campus. We talk about how the experience will differ from the Marconi Campus.