The Middlesex Hospital Health Alliance (MHA) is an alliance between Four Counties Health Services, (Newbury, ON) and Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital, (Strathroy, ON). The MHA provides comprehensive family centred patient care in a rural and community-focused health service setting in collaboration and integration with our healthcare partners.
The MHA is an organization of excellence through its delivery of care in a collaborative and integrated network that addresses the health care needs of our diverse community and the ongoing investments in our people and technology.
FCHS is a primary care facility serving 23,000 people who live in the four corners of Middlesex, Elgin, Chatham-Kent, and Lambton Counties.
A source of emergency care, diagnostic services, and rehabilitation, Four Counties proficiently provides the following services:
- Extensive outpatient care by hospital and medical staff and visiting specialists
- Access to a physician on-call for emergencies 24/7
- The Adult Day Centre
- Community programs like the Rural Woman's Resource Centre, Meals on Wheels, and VON's
- Palliative Care Volunteer Program
- Continuing care and minor surgical services as needed by the community
SMGH serves a population of approximately 35,000 residents in the north western region of Middlesex County, the eastern region of Lambton County and the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc.
SMGH is a full service family-centred community hospital providing a comprehensive range of diagnostic and ambulatory services, as well as both primary and secondary care. A new Emergency & Ambulatory Care Centre have been added recently.
REGIONAL HEALTH CARE CENTRES
In addition to the Middlesex Health Alliance, County residents have access to several world class hospitals, clinics and doctors: