Includes Caledon



Orangeville is a vibrant community that is proud of its exceptional lifestyle, amenities and culture. Orangeville offers a safe, welcoming setting for those who value a life/work balance. Orangeville has lots to offer from the downtown core filled with one of a kind shops and restaurants to scenic landscapes from trails or canoeing at Island Lake Conservation Area.


Orangeville is part of Dufferin County and offers wonderful indoor and outdoor activities in parks and natural settings including cycling, canoeing, cross country and downhills skiing, golfing, fishing, hiking on the Bruce Trail and the Trans Canada Trail. Orangeville is equidistant between Toronto to the south and Collingwood to the north. It is a great place to raise a family with a variety of public and private schools and cultural events as well as Farmers Markets in the area. The Town of Caledon, officially part of the Region of Peel, is also considered within the hospital’s boundaries. Caledon offers a wide variety of recreation programs and services year round and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.


Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) is an innovative, community centred medium-size hospital located in Orangeville, caring for the residents of Dufferin County and the town of Caledon. There are over 800 employees, more than 173 physicians and over 450 volunteers as part of the team. Accredited with Exemplary Standing by Accreditation Canada, Headwaters offers acute and complex continuing care with 24/7 Emergency Department coverage as well as extensive outpatient services in its 8,700 square foot Ambulatory Care Centre. The hospital is home to a wide variety of family practice and medical practitioners, hospitalists and specialists in a range of health care disciplines including anesthesiology, diagnostic imaging, general surgery, urology, internal medicine, obstetrics and paediatrics. The hospital is also a proud partner in the Hills of Headwaters Collaborative Ontario Health Team. (remove – formed in 2019 as part of the Province of Ontario’s first wave of Ontario Health Teams).

Hamilton: 114km

London: 186km

Sudbury: 382km

Kingston: 336km

Ottawa: 526km

Toronto: 91km

Level of Service: Secondary Care

Number of Beds: 83

Catchment: 135,000

Referral Sites: Brampton, Toronto, Newmarket

Learner Parking: Free

Population: 30,199
Median Age: 38.7

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The Rural Ontario Medical Program (ROMP) places medical students & residents into core and elective rotations in rural regions across Ontario.
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