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.
On Sunday June 24th, 2018, Ross will ride in Tour de Guelph for the fourth time. He has fundraised every year he has ridden and has set his 2018 fundraising goal at $3,820 to reach a Tour de Guelph career total of $10,000.
“If I can ride a bike, I should also be able to raise some money for the Hospital” explained Ross.
Our Hospital’s CT scanner is nearly 13 years old and urgently needs to be replaced. New CT scanners have many advancements that will help our Hospital’s medical team provide better patient care.
Patient care is better at Guelph General Hospital because of community support. Watch this video to find out why.
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
Tour de Guelph set another record-breaking year, raising over $100,000! It rained, and it rained, and it rained, but as one proud rider said, “the rain made it better.” The riders, volunteers, vendors, and everyone involved on the day of the event, embraced the day with tremendous positivity. It was truly a triumphant day! Because…
Monday, June 4th dawned overcast and drizzly with a bitter wind but that didn’t discourage the 114 golfers who played in Fore Our Hospital. In fact, the golf tournament raised an amazing $28,000! You can see them in action in our FOH 2018 Photo Gallery. The funds raised will go towards the new CT Scanner…
“They are spectacular.” GGH’s Emergency Department (ED) Clinical Educator, Lisa Groulx, can’t say enough about the seven new monitor/defibrillator units in Emergency Department. The units are part of an order of 16 that arrived at the Hospital in the last few months, at a cost of about $250,000, thanks entirely to donor support. The units…