Emergency Departments and CECs in Nova Scotia

 

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These are the emergency departments and collaborative emergency centres in Nova Scotia.

Halifax area and West Hants

Cobequid Community Health Centre (Lower Sackville)
40 Freer Lane
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Dartmouth General Hospital (Dartmouth)
325 Pleasant Street
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Eastern Shore Memorial Hospital (Sheet Harbour)
22637, Highway 7
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Halifax Infirmary (QEII, Halifax)
1799 Robie Street
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Hants Community Hospital (Windsor)
89 Payzant Drive
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IWK Health Centre (Halifax)
5980 University Ave (Emergency Entrance is on the South Street Side)
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Musquodoboit Valley Memorial Hospital (Middle Musquodoboit)
492 Archibald Brook Road, RR2
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Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital (Musquodoboit Harbour)
7704 7 Highway
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Cape Breton, Victoria, Inverness, Richmond, Guysborough and Antigonish Counties.

Buchanan Memorial Community Health Centre (Neils Harbour)
32610 Cabot Trail
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Cape Breton Regional Hospital (Sydney)
1482 George Street
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Eastern Memorial Hospital (Canso)
1746 Union Street
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Glace Bay Hospital (Glace Bay)
300 South Street
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Guysborough Memorial Hospital (Guysborough)
10560 Rte #16
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Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital (Inverness)
39 James Street
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New Waterford Consolidated Hospital (New Waterford)
716 King Street
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Northside General Hospital (North Sydney)
520 Purves Street
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Sacred Heart Community Health Centre (Cheticamp)
15102 Cabot Trail
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St. Martha’s Regional Hospital (Antigonish)
25 Bay Street
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St. Mary’s Memorial Hospital (Sherbrooke, Guysborough Co.)
91 Hospital Road
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Strait Richmond Hospital (Cleveland, Richmond Co.)
138 Hospital Road, Evanston
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Victoria County Memorial Hospital (Baddeck)
30 Old Margaree Road
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Colchester County and Municipality of East Hants, Cumberland County, and Pictou County 

Aberdeen Hospital (New Glasgow)
835 East River Road
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All Saints Springhill Hospital (Springhill)
10 Princess Street
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Colchester East Hants Health Centre (Truro)
600 Abenaki Road
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Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre (Amherst)
19428 Highway #2, R. R. #6
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Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital (Tatamagouche)
110 Blair Avenue
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North Cumberland Memorial Hospital (Pugwash)
260 Gulf Shore Road
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South Cumberland Community Care Centre (Parrsboro)
50 Jenks Avenue
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Annapolis and Kings Counties, Digby, Shelburne and Yarmouth Counties, Lunenburg and Queens Counties

Annapolis Community Health Centre (Annapolis Royal)
821 St. George Street
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Digby General Hospital (Digby)
75 Warwick Street
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Fishermen’s Memorial Hospital (Lunenburg)
14 High Street
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Queens General Hospital (Liverpool)
175 School St
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Roseway Hospital (Shelburne)
1606 Lake Road
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Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (Middleton)
462 Main Street
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South Shore Regional Hospital (Bridgewater)
90 Glen Allan Drive
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Valley Regional Hospital (Kentville)
150 Exhibition Street
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Yarmouth Regional Hospital (Yarmouth)
60 Vancouver Street
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What will happen when I arrive?

Find out what you can expect at your emergency department visit here.

About NSHA Emergency Care

Emergency health care is a part of a complex and increasingly integrated network of health services that includes our two tertiary care Academic Health Science Centre EDs (Halifax Infirmary and IWK), several regional referral Hospitals with full-service Emergency Departments (EDs), and multiple community and rural access points for acute/unexpected health care, all networked together as a single system. 

This single system is supported by our provincial 911 emergency health services (EHS) response system made up of the ground and air ambulance programs which are coordinated by a sophisticated state-of-the-art communications center.

Whether you arrive by ambulance or on your own, a triage nurse or paramedic will ask you several questions assess your condition. Patients are seen by a doctor in order of need. 

If you need help immediately, call 911.

To access the mental health mobile crisis team call 902-429-8167 or toll-free at 1-888-429-8167. This is a 24 hour, seven days a week phone service to help you or your loved one cope with mental health and addiction challenges in the moment.