Southwest Integrated Healthcare Facility (SIHF)

Project Value:$50 Million

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

ZW provided full Project Management services for this project, which included management of a various different areas of the project; to name a few: planning and design stages, schedule, budget, and procurement.

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The Southwest Integrated Healthcare Facility (SIHF) is a new health care centre built to serve the community of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. The SIHF is replacing the existing Maple Creek Hospital (20 beds), Cypress Lodge Nursing Home (48 beds), and the Maple Creek Primary Health Care Clinic.

The new 80,000 square foot integrated health care facility will provide a range of health care services from acute care, inpatient care, community health services, diagnostic services as well as a 48-bed long term care center. The SIHF will also provide opportunity for patients to connect to specialists outside of their own community through the use of technologies such as tele-health. The SIHF will be a facility based on the principles of Lean methodology and will create a unique, improved model of care for residents of the southwest.