Construction Activity Building Excitement at DRDH


Construction activity has kicked off to facilitate the future growth and expansion at the Deep River and District Hospital (DRDH). The health campus will see a flurry of exciting activities over the coming weeks, which move the campus another step closer to expansion. 


Much of the work over the coming weeks will be taking place in the area between the current DRDH building and the Town of Deep River’s Pump House Booster Station, including clearing the area to make room for a new driveway and reconfigured parking area.


The work being done over the coming weeks will ensure continuity of safe access to existing services at DRDH both during construction and following expansion project completion. Adjustments to the DRDH site will also improve flow for future patients, residents, and staff at the entire health campus as it grows over the coming years.


“Kicking off the construction activity is an exciting step in our organization’s growth,” said Janna Hotson, DRDH President and Chief Executive Officer. “The expansion of our health campus with new buildings will support our team and providers to deliver excellent care in modern and accessible spaces that will meet evolving community needs into the future.”


Access to the construction site will be restricted as necessary to maintain safety. Efforts will be made to minimize any disruption for patients, residents, and visitors to the organization while this important work is being done.   


aerial view of the Deep River and District Hospital