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Women's Services

Coming to Credit Valley Hospital? Please note that ongoing redevelopment work to integrate our women's and children's services may result in increased traffic and construction noise. We appreciate your patience.

Trillium Health Partners is extremely proud of the patient and family-centred care we provide to women and their families in our community.

Our team of health care providers and service staff will ensure you feel comfortable and at ease, and will provide you with the care and information you need for your health and well-being, both in the hospital and when you return home.

We offer the following services:

  • Birthing Services
  • Gynaecology & Colposcopy Clinic
  • Multicultural Perinatal Fact Sheets
  • Early Pregnancy Clinic
  • Breastfeeding and Jaundice Assessment

Available Services at Credit Valley Hospital:

  • Breast Health & Osteoporosis Services
  • High Risk Antenatal Clinic

Available Services at MississaugaHospital:

  • Breast Health & Osteoporosis Services
  • Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services

Integrating women’s and children’s care in 2025

Currently, our women’s and children’s care and services are being provided at both Mississauga Hospital (MH) and Credit Valley Hospital (CVH). Beginning in 2025, all women’s and children’s care and services, including labour and delivery, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and other gynecological and reproductive health services, will be provided at CVH until the new Women’s and Children’s Hospital, as part of The Peter Gilgan Hospital, is complete. Bringing these services together in one place will provide a more patient-centered care model for patients and their families, as well as hospital staff.

Select paediatric clinics will remain at or adjacent to the Mississauga Hospital, including the Family Care Centre and Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Services. Once all plans for outpatient care are finalized, a comprehensive list of service locations will be made available.

All our emergency departments (EDs) will remain fully equipped and able to provide safe, accessible, high-quality care for children and people with pregnancy, reproductive and/or gynecological emergencies. If specialized care or admission is required, the hospital’s dedicated teams will work with the patient and their family to ensure they receive the right care.

The full integration to CVH is planned for 2025. This change will offer a common experience for patients and families and enable teams to more effectively manage the increasing demand in the community. Necessary renovations at CVH over the coming year will provide additional Birthing, NICU and clinic space.

THP is committed to communicating and engaging with our patients, providers and staff, community, and partners as we advance our mission of building a new kind of health care for a healthier community. Existing patients with plans to deliver at the Mississauga Hospital this year can rest assured this is not an immediate change and their birth will proceed at their previously identified location. As the planning and transition to CVH moves forward, information will be available on THP’s website and social media channels and shared with the hospital’s staff and partners.

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