The health of everyone at Headwaters and providing a safe environment is our top priority. As we continue to deliver quality care and services, our objective is to reduce risk to our patients, families, staff physicians, volunteers, students and the community.
If you have general questions about COVID-19, please call the COVID-19 Call Centre at Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health
at (800) 265.7293 x7006.
Headwaters Health Care Centre status update (as of October 23, 2020 5:00pm)
**Effective June 29 our status will be updated on Friday only **
|Current inpatients with confirmed COVID-19
|Total number of positive inpatients to date
|Current inpatients with pending swab test results
|Total number of patients with COVID-19 that have passed away
|Total number of staff members and physicians testing COVID-19 positive to date
|Total number of COVID-19 Assessment Centre visits to date
|Total number of COVID-19 Assessment Centre tests to date
|Total confirmed COVID-19 cases in Dufferin County
**Reported by Wellington Dufferin Peel Public Health
|Total confirmed COVID-19 cases in Caledon
**Reported by Peel Public Health
- Entry points into the hospital are limited. The Ambulatory Care entrance is open between 6:30am - 8:30pm and the Emergency Department entrance is open 24/7. All other entrances to the hospital are closed.
- All staff, patients and visitors are screened before entering the hospital.
- All staff entering the hospital will be provided a mask to be worn at all times while inside the hospital.
Visitor access has changed
We understand how important it is to have a loved one by your side. As of July 7, 2020, Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) has re-opened limited visitation at the hospital to enhance the patient experience. Hospitals across the province restricted visitation in mid-March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and at the direction of the Ontario government.
To ensure visitation can take place safely, precautionary measures remain in place. >>Learn more>>
Now more than ever Headwaters needs support from the communities we serve. The COVID-19 pandemic is putting significant strain on vital hospital resources including much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Without these items, we cannot provide the care our patients need. As we continue to respond to the critical demand of COVID-19, we are calling on our communities to help us by donating any unused, unopened and unexpired PPE to our hospital. >>Learn more>>
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