Donors help fund every piece of patient care equipment at Guelph General Hospital.
Patient care is better at Guelph General Hospital because of community support.
When thinking of a patient in hospital and all the medical equipment that may be used to provide care, it’s not likely a hospital bed comes to mind. But at Guelph General Hospital, five new high-tech beds in the Bob Ireland Family Intensive Care Unit are valuable tools helping deliver high quality care.
Right now, the hospital is aiming to raise nearly $1 million to replace and upgrade their central cardiac monitoring system. This is the system doctors and nurses rely on to track the heart performance of their most critically ill patients.
Yes, That Too is Funded by You is a monthly video feature that talks about the small but meaningful patient tools that our kind donors help fund. These items help make patient care better at Guelph General Hospital.
Donors Make The Difference
Donors make such a difference to the care we are able to provide at Guelph General Hospital. Donors help fund every piece of patient care equipment we purchase… the tools our caregivers need to provide comfort and caring, healing and curing to our community.
“Our donors are an important part of our healthcare team.”
– Suzanne Bone, CEO, The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital
Visit our virtual donor wall which recognizes all those who have given so generously to make patient care better at Guelph General Hospital.
News and Information
Largest Fundraising Campaign in support of Guelph General Hospital Recruits a Stellar Volunteer Leadership Team
When the time came to raise the most money ever to make important patient-care projects possible at Guelph General Hospital, The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital knew nothing short of recruiting a stellar volunteer leadership team would be needed for success. Now, it is thrilled to announce it has done just that. Leading the largest…
Patients benefit from updated technology and better functional design in new, donor-funded bladder scanner
When the Hospital replaces patient care equipment that is at the end of its life, newer versions often offer significant advancements in technology and design, and that almost always adds up to improvements in patient care. The new bladder scanner is no exception. The display on the old scanner was limited to a numeric data…
Donors improve care for patients in our Hospital’s Bob Ireland Family Intensive Care Unit and Linamar Emergency Department by funding new portable ultrasound machines
No longer is the ultrasound’s use in patient care restricted to the Diagnostic Imaging Department. More and more, the ultrasound machine is used at the bedside to help guide medical procedures with greater patient safety, and in emergency diagnosis of illness or trauma with greater speed and efficiency. “Today, the ultrasound machine is used as…