About Quinte Health
Quinte Health is a family of four hospitals – Belleville General Hospital, North Hastings Hospital, Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital and Trenton Memorial Hospital – that are working to “Create Healthier Communities. Together”.
The team of 2,600 staff and physicians provide care through four emergency departments, operating rooms at three hospitals, a rehabilitation day hospital, ambulatory care clinics, and a range of diagnostic services. There are more than 335 inpatient beds for acute medical patients, intensive care, obstetrics, paediatrics, mental health, complex continuing care, rehabilitation, and surgery. In addition, Quinte Health is proud to operate the Quinte Children’s Treatment Centre, community mental health programs, and to be a member of the Hastings Prince Edward Ontario Health Team.
More information about Quinte Health:
- Board of Directors
- Coming to the Hospital
- Visiting Information
- Strategic Plan 2023-2028
- Quinte Health's Values
Quinte Health is proud to be designated a Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO). This designation from the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario is in recognition of our commitment to excellence in the care that we deliver every day. Our commitment to you is to use evidence and research in our clinical practices. Advantages of participating in this program include improved patient outcomes, increased safety, and quality patient care. We are passionate about the care we provide at Quinte Health and proud to be part of this international program. Learn more about our Best Practice Guidelines.
The land on which Quinte Health operates has been a site of human activity for thousands of years. This land is the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples. We acknowledge our shared obligation to respect, honour, and sustain these lands and the natural resources contained within. Today, south central and eastern Ontario is home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work in the community and on this important traditional territory and meeting place.