Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital (CPDMH) was opened in 1955 to serve the residents of Carleton Place and surrounding communities. The Hospital was built as a memorial to the lives lost, and the veterans who served in World War I and II.
A community hospital is, knowing that families, friends and neighbours will be able to obtain the necessary healthcare services when they are needed. Highlights of the Hospital Report produced by the Ontario Hospital Association, rates the CPDMH's patient satisfaction, well above the provincial average. This includes overall quality of their care; the care received from doctors, nurses and other health professionals; the hospital's cleanliness; and its food services. We are proud of this rating and will do our utmost to continue to provide you with this level of service. Thank you for giving us this distinction.