Cape Breton Regional Hospital (Sydney)
Glace Bay Health Care Facility (Glace Bay)
New Waterford Consolidated Hospital (New Waterford)
Northside General Hospital (North Sydney)
Victoria County Memorial Hospital (Baddeck)
Sacred Heart Community Health Centre (Cheticamp)
Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital (Inverness)
Buchanan Memorial Community Health Centre (Neil's Harbour)
Aîte Curam - A continuing care facility serving Inverness and area
Harbour View - A continuing care and rehabilitation facility located in Sydney Mines
Level II New Waterford - A continuing care unit located in the New Waterford Consolidated Hospital
Taigh Na Mara - A continuing care facility located in Glace Bay
Taigh Solas - A continuing care unit located in the Northside General Hospital
District Associated Services
Addiction Services - A shared service between the Cape Breton District Health Authority and the Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority.
Public Health Services - A shared service between the Cape Breton District Health Authority and the Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority.
The Cape Breton District Health Authority is one of the largest employers in Cape Breton, offering careers in a variety of health-care professions. Today, we are experiencing business growth in various sectors including technology, education, health care and manufacturing.
Tourism is also a growth industry based on the beauty of the area in which we live. The Atlantic Ocean, the famous Bras d'Or Lakes, and the Mira River provide boating, swimming and fishing. The forest and access to historical and cultural events, skiing, golf and exploring our rich history and culture bring tourists year round.
In the past MacLean's magazine has identified Cape Breton as one of the best places to live in North America based on the quality of life available. In 2006, Travel & Leisure magazine named Cape Breton Island the 4th best island to visit in the world and the #1 island to visit in the Continental United States and Canada.
The Cape Breton District Health Authority provides acute care, continuing care, programs and support through its hospitals, clinics and is a mix of facilities within Cape Breton County, Northern and Central Inverness County and Victoria County.
In addition to acute care delivery the District works under an integrated service model with the Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority that includes Addiction Services and Public Health Services.
The District has a dedicated staff of about 3,300 health-care providers who work with 270 hospital and community-based physicians to provide primary, secondary and tertiary care to about 130,000 people.
Each year the District has more than 15,000 patient admissions, more than 125,000 Emergency Room visits and approximately 24,000 Ambulatory Care Visits. There are also nearly 20,000 OR procedures, day surgery and inpatient, performed each year in the District.
In total, the District has 466 Acute Care beds and 207 Veteran and Continuing Care beds.
The Cape Breton District Health Authority engages people to achieve: Health Communities, Healthy Services, Healthy Workplaces, and Healthy Policies.
To promote wellness within the population served by the Cape Breton District Health Authority by providing appropriate, compassionate, integrated programs focusing on quality-of-life through prevention, treatment, education and research leading to excellence and innovation in health services.
To provide quality, fiscally responsible and integrated services founded on evidence informed principles. Regular evaluation of the health needs of the District will serve as the basis for service delivery.
To treat all with dignity and respect.
To practice open, honest and timely communication, thereby creating healthy relationships.
Located on scenic Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, the Cape Breton District Health Authority is a multi-facility site. It is comprised of ten hospitals, continuing care & rehabilitation facilities, Public Health Services and Addiction Services. We serve both rural and urban populations.