Humber River Regional Hospital

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Humber River Regional Hospital
Geography
Location Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Organization
Care system Public Medicare (Canada)
Hospital type District General
Affiliated university Queen's University
Services
Emergency department Yes
Beds 600
History
Founded 1997
Links
Website http://www.hrrh.on.ca
Lists Hospitals in Canada

Humber River Regional Hospital is a hospital network in Toronto, Ontario. It operates three hospitals located in the districts of North York and York: York-Finch campus (43°45′15″N 79°31′35″W / 43.75417°N 79.52639°W / 43.75417; -79.52639) — formerly York-Finch Hospital, Church Street campus (43°42′34″N 79°30′36″W / 43.70944°N 79.51000°W / 43.70944; -79.51000Coordinates: 43°42′34″N 79°30′36″W / 43.70944°N 79.51000°W / 43.70944; -79.51000) — formerly Humber Memorial Hospital, and Keele Street campus (43°41′51″N 79°28′27″W / 43.69750°N 79.47417°W / 43.69750; -79.47417) — formerly Northwestern Hospital.

In 2011, the hospital broke ground on a $1.75 Billion new facility near the intersection of Keele and Highway 401. This new facility will be "North America's first fully digital hospital".[1] The new hospital will be affiliated with the medical school at Queen's University.[2]

Notable births at Humber hospitals[edit]

  • Doug Ford, Jr., Toronto City Councillor, born at Humber Memorial (Church site) on November 20, 1964.
  • George Smitherman, politician and broadcaster, born at Humber Memorial (Church site) on February 12, 1964.

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