Tobacco use – including electronic cigarettes – is prohibited in or on all hospital property. This includes hospital grounds, buildings, vehicles, parking lots, gardens and leased community sites (Medical Clinics). Our smoke-free policy applies to all persons on hospital property, including staff, physicians, volunteers, students, patients, visitors, contractors and any other person acting on behalf of the hospital or using hospital facilities.
Spiritual Care Members of the Spiritual Care team are available to provide a supportive and listening service. Their purpose is to help patients and their families identify and connect with sources of hope, strength and inspiration. Spiritual Care is available to help those who are experiencing the stresses that come with illness or injury. Spiritual Care at Headwaters Health Care Centre is provided by dedicated volunteer lay chaplains who serve under the direction of the Spiritual Care Program. Upon admission, you will be asked if you would like spiritual support. You may also ask a staff member or call ext. 2710 to request a visit from a lay chaplain. If you prefer for your own clergy or priest to visit, you or your designate will need to make the arrangements.
Taxi/Public Transportation If you need a taxi, please let your health care team know and they will arrange for one to pick you up (at your expense). Alternatively, please ask at the information desk in the main lobby and they will arrange for one to pick you up. An Orangeville Transit System bus stop is located outside the main entrance. Transit service is offered every day except Sundays and holidays. The hours of operation for Monday to Saturday currently are from 7:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. Please check with the Town of Orangeville Transit to confirm their hours of operation and transit fee.
Headwaters Health Care Centre • www.headwatershealth.ca
Published on Jul 15, 2013
Headwaters Health Care Centre Patient Services Information Guide - Orangeville, ON