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

Cape Breton Regional Hospital Project Information Session

Cape Breton Regional Hospital Project Information Session

Join us for conversations about the Cape Breton Regional project, part of the Cape Breton Healthcare Redevelopment work underway.

Cardiac Catheterization Lab for Cape Breton

Cardiac Catheterization Lab for Cape Breton

From Nova Scotia Government press release: An advanced heart-care service currently available only in Halifax will be part of new expansions at Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Health and Wellness Minister Michelle Thompson announced today, October 7.

Federal government investing in apprenticeship programs for workers in skilled trades

Federal government investing in apprenticeship programs for workers in skilled trades

From Saltwire: The federal government investing more than $28 million into helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Atlantic Canada hire apprentices in Red Seal trades.

New ‘dynamic’ campus will bring change to Sydney, N.S. waterfront

New ‘dynamic’ campus will bring change to Sydney, N.S. waterfront

From Daily Commercial News: Billed as a grand effort to aid downtown revitalization in a city of 31,000, the new Marconi campus on Sydney, N.S.’s waterfront will, when finished, be a spectacular splash in a town that has seen little major urban renewal.