Community Generosity Supports Quality Patient Care
Caring & Sharing
The first video in our Caring & Sharing Grateful Patient and Donor series. Kelly Ross is a grateful patient of Northumberland Hills Hospital. Kelly shares with us her journey throughout her struggle with colon cancer and the care she received at NHH.
New Neonatal Warmer Arrives at NHH
Funds raised through Vandermeer Toyota Father Daughter Ball supported the purchase of neonatal warmer for the Emergency Department at Northumberland Hills Hospital in 2018
New Digital Mammography Unit arrives at NHH
Almost every piece of equipment used in the direct care of patients – that is instrumental in changing and saving lives every day – is funded by community support. The new GE Healthcare Senographe Pristina mammography unit was delivered to NHH’s Clay & Elaine Elliott Women’s Health Centre in late June of 2018. This advanced piece of equipment was funded by NHH Foundation through the Equipped to Care Program.
Jamie Fraser Shares Her Story
Watch as Jamie Fraser shares her incredible story of her experience at Northumberland Hills Hospital. Thank you Jamie for taking the time to share your story with us.
Better Care for Our Community
We believe because you believe. You believe in keeping healthcare close to home. You believe in making a differerence in your community. Because of you, we will be able to invest in better care for the poeple of Northumberland. Thank you for believing in us.
A Thank You to The Rotary Club of Colborne
In March 2012, The Rotary Club of Colborne completed their 10 year pledge to the building of the Northumberland Hills Hospital. This small but mighty club has raised over $50,000 for the hospital!
New Fluoroscopy Unit Arrives at NHH
Community support is instrumental in funding critical medical equipment and technology at NHH. In 2018, the Canon Ultimax-1 fluoroscopy unit and accompanying TIMS Medical digital recording system arrived at NHH to serve patients thanks to the generosity of an anonymous bequest to NHH Foundation, which fully funded this $1 million project.