Royal Inland Hospital Project

Project Overview

The $79.8-million Clinical Services Building is the first phase of redevelopment at Royal Inland Hospital. It will provide space for several outpatient services, including Outpatient Lab and Electrocardiogram services, Pre-surgical Screening, Cardiopulmonary, Neurodiagnostics, Community Respiratory Therapy, IV Therapy and the Vascular Improvement Program. The new building will also provide teaching space for the UBC Medical School program, a new lecture theatre, as well as up to 350 spaces for onsite parking, improved vehicle and pedestrian access to the hospital, and space at street level for retail tenants.

The new building will be cost-shared between the Province and the Thompson Regional Hospital District.

Construction began in summer 2014, and will be complete in spring 2016.


Next Phase Announced

On July 10, 2015, with approximately one year to go before the opening of the Clinical Services Building, Interior Health announced that planning will soon be underway for a new patient care tower, the next phase of redevelopment at Royal Inland Hospital. Development of the business plan includes analysis of health-services needs and delivery options, the project's scope, procurement plan, and a funding analysis. Following provincial approval of the business plan, procurement for construction of the project would begin. For more information, please refer to the July 10, 2015 Ministry of Health news release.



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