Humber River Regional Hospital
857,000 square feet. 625 acute care beds
Humber River Regional Hospital is an acute care facility with three sites serving 800,000 residents in the northwest Greater Toronto Area, plus patient catchment area that stretches from the eastern edge of Toronto to Barrie. The hospital was formed in 1997 with the merge of Humber Memorial, Northwestern General and York-Finch General Hospitals.
ACML was retained in 1997 to manage operations at all three sites; Finch Avenue, Church and Keele.
ACML Services Commenced:
1997 and ongoing
Scope of Services Provided:
- Management of the Facilities Department
- Leadership management of hospital maintenance employees
- Quality improvement strategies
- Energy management strategies