The emergency department is located at the front of the hospital. It is open 24 hours, seven days a week.
If you need help immediately, call 911.
To access the mental health mobile crisis team call 902-429-8167 or toll-free at 1-888-429-8167. This is a 24 hour, seven days a week phone service to help you or your loved one cope with mental health and addiction challenges in the moment.
Clinics and Services
- Addictions Primary Unit
- Ambulatory Care
- An Cala Palliative Care Unit
- Bone Densitometer
- Cape Breton Cancer Centre
- Diabetes Education Centre
- Emergency Trauma Care
- General & Specialized Diagnostic Imaging
- General & Specialized Cardio/Pulmonary/Neuro Services
- General & Specialized Clinical Support Services
- General & Specialized Medicine
- General & Specialized Surgery
- Medical Laboratory Centre
- Mental Health & Addiction Services
- Obstetrics (low and high risk)
- Renal Dialysis
- Specialized Intensive Care (Coronary Care, Intensive Care, Neonatal Intensive Care)
Visitors are welcome between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. There are exceptions to visiting hours. Visitor restrictions may vary based on the unit. Please check with nursing staff.
A $3 parking fee will be charged when you exit the parking lot. Please make sure you have the correct change before leaving the hospital.
WiFi and Internet Access
There is free public Wifi. To request access, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting connection. There will be an automated reply with the information required.
We make every effort to make sure your stay with us is as comfortable as possible. Patients requiring semi-private or private rooms for medical reasons always have priority; however, private or semi-private rooms may be available on request.
Private room: $175 per day - Includes one bed and one washroom.
Semi-private room: $155 per day - Includes two beds separated by curtains and one washroom.
Ward room: Covered under your Nova Scotia Health Card (MSI) - Includes three or four beds (separated by curtains) and one washroom.
Space in our private and semi-private rooms is limited. The sooner we have your insurance information the more likely we are to be able to accommodate your request.
When the booking clerk calls with your hospital admission date, let them know you are interested in a private or semi-private room.
When you are admitted, be sure to have your private insurance card with you and let the admitting clerk know you have requested a private or semi-private room.
TV and Phone in your Room
TVs are available in most patient rooms. There is a cost to setting up TV services. Please check with your nursing staff.
Bedside phones are also available in most patient rooms.
To connect your phone service, dial 499 from your bedside telephone and a BellAliant representative will arrange to have your telephone service connected, transferred to another bed, or disconnected.
When you are discharged remember to dial 499 to request that your phone be disconnected so that billing is stopped.
Daily service and connection charges are billed to your BellAliant home telephone account.
If you are with another provider, BellAliant will create a separate account for the duration of your hospital stay.
During your stay at the hospital, you will receive breakfast, lunch and supper daily. If you follow a special diet or have food-related allergies or sensitivities, let us know when you arrive. Food is provided based on your doctor’s diet order. Please check with nursing staff if you have any questions about ordering your food.
Cafeteria and Vending Machines
Cafeteria, Basement floor (Level 1).
Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The hospital is connected to HealthPark by a pedway. There is a Tim Horton’s, Subway and Pharmasave on the first floor of HealthPark.
There are two bank machines at the hospital. One is located near the main entrance and the other machine is outside of the cafeteria.
Spiritual Spaces and Quiet Rooms
The chapel is located near the main entrance of the hospital. There are designated family rooms on different units. Please check with nursing staff if you want to use one.
The Cape Breton Regional Hospital is the regional referral and trauma centre for Cape Breton Island. The Cape Breton Regional is part of a four hospital complex that also includes Glace Bay, New Waterford Consolidated and Northside General Hospitals.