The Upper River Valley Hospital in New Brunswick, Canada
officially opened its doors in November 2007. The futuristic facility was set up in place of New Brunswick hospitals the Carleton Memorial and the Northern Carleton. Impressively, Upper River Valley is Canada’s first LEED-approved all-inclusive hospital. Adding to its eco credentials, the hospital is designed to be fully paperless, which means that medical personnel are able to manage patient data electronically. Outlining its advantages, then-health minister Michael Murphy said, « This means instant access to patient information to provide quicker care in an emergency, and an ability to immediately share information and consult with other health care providers outside the hospital. » The Upper River Valley Hospital – which cost $85 million to complete – is run by Canadian health authority the Horizon Health Network..
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