CT Scanner

Most Urgently Needed

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.

Doug MacMillan organizing BTB plaques for display

Doug & Cathy MacMillan, The Letter M Marketing in the Donor Spotlight

When Doug and Cathy MacMillan bought their company, they knew they wanted to build their business on building community. Twenty-plus-years later, their business is deeply invested in community – and thriving as a result.

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If you only knew, you might smile too

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.

I want to know how I can make a donation

There are many different ways you can make a gift to The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital. Learn more.

I want to know why fundraising is needed

Much to most people’s surprise, patient care equipment is not funded through public dollars. Learn more.

I want to know how donations are used

Kind and caring gifts help fund every piece of patient care equipment at Guelph General Hospital.

News and Information

You make a difference in the lives of patients at GGH

Do you know what the common thread is across all these patients? Someone who can’t breathe and needs to be intubated immediately. Healthy, newborn babies. A newborn baby who needs to be quickly transported to a tertiary hospital for specialized care. A woman in labour. A man who has fallen and broken his hip. A…

Donors connect vital signs monitors directly to patient charts

Every shift, nurses measure their patients’ vital signs multiple times using a specialized vital signs monitor. Blood pressure, temperature, oxygen saturation and heart-rate – all important measures which tell the team how a patient is doing. The results can affect medication and treatment decisions. In the last few months, a donor-funded system which connects the…

New Mobile X-ray Machines Are Providing New Level of Imaging

Not long ago, the Hospital took delivery of the latest in mobile X-ray technology, funded by our caring donors. “Clinicians love this!” exclaims Mike Lindsay, Director Diagnostic Imaging. He enthuses, “The image is captured digitally and appears on the screen right away. There is no running back to the department to process a cassette. The…