I wanted to take the time to share some updates with you. Never before has the issue of health and health care been so front and centre as with the current COVID-19 situation. The entire health care system is working hard to keep our communities healthy and safe. The dedicated teams at Hamilton Health Sciences are on the front lines of this crisis – and we are thankful for all of their tireless efforts. Now more than ever, It’s Vital to Care.
For ten years, Lynne from Dundas lived with the stressful knowledge that she would someday require surgery.
We are honoured to be recognized once again as one of 10 “High Performer” health care foundations in Canada by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP).
Stephanie Hickey suddenly lost strength on the left side of her body. The 34-year-old from Hamilton was six-months pregnant, and the safety of her unborn child was foremost on her mind as her limp body began to collapse.
Donors and clinical teams celebrated the opening of the new Hybrid Operating Suite at Hamilton General Hospital.
Shana Greatrix from Port Ryerse had trouble catching her breath. Unbeknownst to her, she was dangerously close to losing her life.
Verna Ross could have died from heart failure. An extremely rare procedure saved her life.
Eleanor Churchill was 85 years old when she fell down a flight of stairs in her home.
Reel Rhapsody raised more than $450,000 for medical research at Hamilton Health Sciences.
Ben Fanelli from Waterloo nearly died in 2009. While playing for the Kitchener Rangers, an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) team, the 16-year-old was checked hard during a game and his head smashed into the boards.