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Upper River Valley Hospital

Situated west-centrally in New Brunswick, the Upper River Valley area, including the Town of Woodstock and the Town of Hartland, serves a catchment population of 45,000. Many sites in this region are situated along the majestic St. John River valley and all sites are within driving distance of the province's historic capital, Fredericton.

The hospital provides services to the Town of Woodstock, Town of Hartland several villages and other surrounding communities. The community's economy is mainly based on natural resources and farming industries.

The Upper River Valley Hospital is the newest hospital in New Brunswick. It has been designated as the first full service hospital in Canada to be recognized as a leader in energy and environmental design.

In March 2010, the Upper River Valley Hospital increased its dialysis unit's hours of operation to serve 20 patients, up from 10. The area has a diverse population distribution that is 60% rural and 40% urban.

There are over 800 employees, 45 physicians and 115 volunteers who provide service in the Upper River Valley area facilities and services with an operating budget of approximately $67 million.

Facility Details

Region:Upper River Valley

Location Address:11300 Route 130, Waterville, Carleton County, N.B. E7P 0A4

Mailing Address:11300 Route 130, Waterville, Carleton County, N.B. E7P 0A4


Emergency Department Hours of Operation:24/7

Approximate Number of inpatient beds: 52

Other Notes: Parking is available on site
Cost for parking is $2 per visit

Driving Directions:

Traveling west on Route 2 from Fredericton or south from Edmundston take Exit 172 at Hartland. Follow the “H” sign. Hospital entrance is within ¼ km of these exits.

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