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Background

Constructed in 1959, now the largest acute care site in Fraser Health

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Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH) was constructed in 1959 when the population of Surrey was just over 50,000. Today the hospital is the largest acute care site in the Fraser Health region, with over 450 acute care beds and the busiest Emergency Department in the entire province.

The Surrey local health area has the largest population of all the communities served by the Authority and is projected to grow at the fastest rate of any of the local health areas within the Fraser Health region. The population of the City of Surrey is approximately 474,000 and growing by an estimated 9,000 people per year.

SMH currently provides a full range of primary and secondary level hospital services to the community of Surrey and the wider Fraser South area. In addition, the hospital provides selected tertiary-level services to the entire Fraser Health region.  


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