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You can send a greeting to a patient in the hospital by emailing your message.
Don’t forget to include patient’s first name, last name and the department they are staying in.
Coming to the hospital can be an overwhelming experience. We invite you to familiarize yourself with the following patient and visitor information.
General Visiting Updates (due to COVID-19):
(Updated October 3, 2022) Woodstock Hospital has updated general visiting guidelines in relation to the current status of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Active screening and proof of vaccination are no longer required for visitors to enter the facility. Click here for the latest updates to visiting guidelines during COVID-19.
The Maternal Child Care at Woodstook Hospital is a unique, full-service facility offering moms-to-be leading edge care in a comfortable, nurturing setting. We offer care through delivery and post-natal treatment to ensure you a happy and the best possible birthing experience.
The original Woodstock General Hospital on Riddell and Wellington was opened in 1895, had one small operating room, and a capacity for only 30 patient beds. While expansion continued throughout the 1900’s, in the fall of 2008, construction broke ground at the new hospital site on Juliana Drive, opening its doors to the community in November of 2011.
More than twice the size of the old facility, the new three-storey hospital is 350,000 square feet, has the capacity for 178 patient beds, and proudly offers new services including Inpatient Rehabilitation, MRI technology, and Chemotherapy.
Since moving to the brand new hospital facility in 2011, Woodstock Hospital has continued to expand, advance, and innovate. The hospital is equipped with cutting-edge technology including a full Pneumatic Tube System to all clinical units in the building, as well as brand new nursing workstations and medication dispensing systems. The hospital offers Chemotherapy, as well as impressive Diagnostic Imaging services including MRI technology.
Environmental stewardship has been embedded into the design and operation of the new Woodstock Hospital. As well as bioswales to filter pollution out of rainwater runoff, the hospital has incorporated a rain garden and pollinator gardens into the landscape of the property. The hospital has also installed 340 roof-mounted and façade-mounted solar panels that make up for 50% of the power for the hospital’s Medical Professional Building.
As well as the 21 electric car charging stations and corresponding educational signage, in 2019, Woodstock Hospital installed a Combined Heat and Power Cogeneration (CHP) Plant. The process of the CHP Plant provides heat for the hospital while making up for 85% of its total electricity.
Woodstock Hospital has been awarded high honours such as Accreditation with Exemplary Standing by Accreditation Canada, silver level certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design; has been recognized for its Emergency Department wait times and efforts in energy conservation and innovation; and has welcomed the addition of talented staff members, services, and cutting-edge technology.
Woodstock Hospital works with the London Regional Cancer Centre to provide systemic chemotherapy services closer to home for referred patients from Oxford County.
As a schedule 1 psychiatric facility, our Mental Health Department includes essential services that provide observation, care and treatment to all residents of Oxford County
The Woodstock Rehabilitation Clinic is a fee for service clinic operated by Woodstock Hospital. This include ergonomics, concussion management and sports medicine.
Routine hemodialysis is conducted in the Woodstock Hospital Dialysis Unit, where treatment is initiated and managed by specialized nurses and technicians.
Woodstock Hospital offers Emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. On average we care for over 46,000 people every year.
Woodstock Hospital’s Surgical Services Department is comprised of a highly skilled staff who provide progressive surgical techniques with modern equipment