Founded in the mid-19th century, Tracadie Hospital was the first French-language hospital in the Maritimes.
Initially, the hospital treated lepers, which are part of Tracadie’s history.
The hospital, which was relocated to a modern building that opened in 1991, has 59 beds, about 400 employees and a medical team of 20 doctors.
The hospital admits nearly 2,000 patients per year. More than 23,000 visits are made to the emergency department annually.
The hospital offers:
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