One of Ontario's most overcrowded hospitals is in the health minister's riding - 2020-01-24

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F182.png One of Ontario's most overcrowded hospitals is in the health minister's riding January 24, 2020, Mike Crawley, CBC News

When Health Minister Christine Elliott needs to see Ontario's hallway medicine problem in action, she doesn't need to travel very far, as one of the province's most overcrowded hospitals is in her riding.

Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket is one of Ontario's largest, with 502 beds. It's also among the hospitals most frequently filled beyond capacity, according to an investigation by CBC News into the hallway healthcare situation province-wide.

Data obtained from the Ministry of Health show that Southlake was over capacity for all but seven days in the first half of 2019. In that time period, the hospital's average daily occupancy ran at 110 per cent.

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{{cite news | first = Mike | last = Crawley | title = One of Ontario's most overcrowded hospitals is in the health minister's riding | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ontario-hallway-medicine-hospital-southlake-regional-1.5437444 | work = CBC News | date = January 24, 2020 | accessdate = January 25, 2020 }}