Contract awarded for construction of Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital

Concept drawing of the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital via Quinte Health

The Ontario government has awarded the contract for the construction of the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital to M. Sullivan & Son. Construction is expected to begin in the next few weeks.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work and engage with our partners in Prince Edward County, contributing to the continued legacy of PECMH,” said M. Sullivan & Son on the announcement. “The new hospital will feature the latest in construction technology and sustainability practices, ensuring it meets the highest standards of quality and safety.”

“Our team is eager to collaborate with Quinte Health and all involved parties to bring this project to life, providing a modern, state-of-the-art healthcare facility for the community,” M. Sullivan & Son continued.

“It’s the culmination of hard work, passion, generosity, and good old-fashioned tenacity that has brought us to this exciting milestone,” said Stacey Daub, President and CEO of Quinte Health.

“After more than a decade, we are moving forward with the build-phase of the new hospital, and I am filled with gratitude,” Daub continued. “I am grateful to our steadfast project partners, to every donor across the community who has Backed the Build, and to Bay of Quinte MPP Todd Smith for his unwavering support. I’m also thankful for the support and guidance of our Ministry and Infrastructure Ontario partners.”

Once completed, the new hospital will be include a 24-hour emergency department, helipad, procedural suite, dialysis unit and other specializations.