The Timmins and District Hospital (TADH) is a fully accredited (Accreditation Canada) referral and teaching hospital serving the residents of the City of Timmins and Cochrane District as well as the adjoining areas of the Temiskaming, Sudbury and Algoma districts. TADH is dedicated to providing health care services that are consistent with the needs of our community and catchment area. The hospital offers a full range of medical, surgical, critical care, maternity, newborn, pediatric, long-term care and mental health services as well extensive health education and district services. TADH houses 154 beds hospital wide, with an additional 29 surge beds created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and has approximately 850 frontline staff and 70 physicians. The hospital is a leader in state-of-the-art telecommunications and diagnostic equipment connecting physicians and staff to medical practitioners and specialists throughout Canada.
As the health care system continues to transform to better serve the needs of Ontarians, so must the role of the Timmins and District Hospital within the region's health care continuum. As we look to the future, we have developed a strategic plan that will guide our strategic decisions into 2021 and beyond.
Past to Present
The Timmins and District Hospital (TADH) was incorporated in 1988 following the amalgamation of the two existing hospitals (St. Mary's General and Porcupine General) within the City of Timmins. In November 1993, the newly constructed TADH opened with the transfer of all patients and staff from the St. Mary's site. In March 1996, the chronic care/rehabilitation services of TADH, provided at the Porcupine General site, were moved to the new site of TADH. Since April 1996, all services provided by TADH have been available at one site.