Dementia is difficult for everyone – individuals suffering from the disease, their families and care providers offering support and education. Read more
The end of life’s journey is a natural part of living, but it can be a difficult time for patients and their families. Read more
It happened so quickly. It was just another typical day for Julie at home when she accidentally lost her balance and hit her head, resulting in serious medical consequences. Read more
Go the Distance & Help Transform Health Care!
Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation is asking you to “go the distance” for patients at St. Peter’s Hospital, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre and Hamilton General Hospital at the Hamilton Marathon Road2Hope on Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5, 2017. You have the power to transform health care!
Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation is reinventing our gala experience at a new home in LIUNA Station on April 14, 2018.
Chris Weylie has endured a lifetime of medical challenges, but the teams at St. Peter’s Hospital have worked to enhance his quality of life for nearly 14 years. Read more
Memory loss. Confusion. Frustration. When people think about dementia, images of seniors in their twilight years often come to mind. Dementia was traditionally the domain of people 65 years of age and older, but an increasing number of younger people are being diagnosed with the disease. Read more
Lolla Ivascu of Hamilton has survived both cancer and a stroke, but she has never lost her determination to experience life to its fullest. Read more
“When I make people happy, it makes me happy.” Read more
A donation of more than $167,000, the largest made to St. Peter’s Hospital Foundation in recent history, is having a significant impact across the Hospital. Read more