Trent Hills Posted by ROMP Online December 11th, 2017

Trent Hills

Includes Campbellford, Hastings & Warkworth

Trent Hils


Trent Hills is the name for the amalgamated communities of Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth. Campbellford is the central hub with the hospital, health centre, high school and a number of larger retail stores. The town of Hastings, a fisherman’s dream, is also the gateway to Rice Lake and has a sparkling new marina. The quaint village of Warkworth features artisan shops and just outside the village are three golf courses. Agriculture continues to grow prominently in the economy for Trent Hills. Locally produced, award-winning beer and cheese, and a chocolate factory, tempt the palate.


The historic Trent-Severn Canal System runs through the centre of Campbellford and the Trent River winds through Ferris Provincial Park. The rolling Northumberland Hills offer trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. Enjoy boating, cycling or just relaxing in a Millennium Trail community.


Campbellford Memorial Hospital employs over 200 staff. Seven family physicians provide in-patient care. The ER is staffed 24/7 by 4 fulltime Emergency physicians and visiting locum physicians. A General Surgeon and two GP/ Anaesthetists are also on staff. The hospital includes the Wellness Centre for mental health services. The Trent Hills Family Health Team is steps from the hospital and is staffed by 10 physicians, 4 nurse practitioners, 1 social worker, a pharmacist, RNs and RPNs over 5 sites. Learners and locums have complimented the team on its patient programs, well-organized clinical structure and helpful managerial and support staff.

Hamilton: 254km

London: 369km

Sudbury: 463km

Kingston: 124km

Ottawa: 247km

Toronto: 191km

Level of Service: Primary Care

Number of Beds: 34

Catchment: 30,000

Referral Sites: Belleville, Kingston, Peterborough

Learner Parking: Free

Population: 12,604

Median Age: 51.0

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