Hanover & District Hospital (HDH) works with its partners to provide a full range of primary acute care hospital services and selected secondary services to meet the needs of the population of Hanover and the surrounding rural townships.
The Board of Governors, staff, physicians and community partners work together to accomplish seamless care that provides core rural health services close to home and formulizes a clear pathway for referrals to additional services. HDH partners with peer acute hospitals, community agencies; long term care homes, mental health and addictions and social service providers.
HDH provides the people we service access to the care they need through 24/7 Emergency Department, Acute Care Unit (inclusive of medical/surgical beds, multipurpose ICU and RCU beds), Physiotherapy Program, Surgical Services Department, Family Centred Birthing Unit, Hemodialysis Unit and Palliative Care Services.
Access is provided within the organization to Community Mental Health and Addiction Services, Chaplaincy Services, Grey-Bruce Diabetes, Home and Community Support Services, Home and Community Care SWLHIN, Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) and the Hanover Family Health Team.
HDH has been accredited with Exemplary Status in two consecutive surveys. This reflects that our Board, staff and physicians strive to surpass the fundamental requirements of the accreditation program.