Windsor Regional Hospital
1 Million square feet. 760 acute care beds.
Windsor Regional Hospital is comprised of the Western Campus and The Metropolitan Campus which total 1,055,000 square feet with 760 beds. Windsor Regional Hospital was created by the merger of Windsor Western and Metropolitan General Hospitals in December 1994.
The Metropolitan Campus was opened in 1928 as a community based hospital with a focus on medical/surgical care with specialized services in the area of Oncology and Burns.
The Western Campus was opened in 1910 originally to care for patients with tuberculosis. Today the Western Campus is developing as a “Centre of Excellence“ for Long Term Care, Rehabilitation, Complex Continuing Care and Specialized Mental Health Programs.
ACML’s initial contract was with Windsor Western Hospital. As a result of our performance we were retained to provide management services to the regional group.
ACML Services Commenced:
1990 and ongoing
Scope of Services Provided:
- Operation and maintenance of the building envelope and infrastructure
- Leadership management of the hospital staff and contracted services
- Quality improvement plan
- Energy management strategies