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2010-2011 Equipment Needs

Your donations help us fund better facilities and top-of-the-line medical equipment. They help ensure that the highest quality healthcare is available right here at home, and that medical professionals have the tools they need to do their jobs. Current fundraising initiatives support the following equipment. If you would like more information, or wish to discuss other areas of need, please... More



Quinsam Coal Supports Quality Health Care!

On Friday, May 27, 2011 the 21th Sportfit Pub Run took place, raising more than $12,000 to support quality health care in Campbell River and the North Island, taking the total raised to more than $113,000. Quinsam Coal has shown their support for the Campbell River Hospital Foundation and quality health care by sponsoring the pub run since 2009. A... More



Who's McHappy?

Thank you Jens and Mary Rolinski, owners of McDonald's restaurants in Campbell River for your continous and passionate support for quality health care and the Campbell River Hospital!Year after year, McHappy Day truly brings the community together for this one-of-a-kind fundraising initiative. Thank you to all of our local 'celebrities' that volunteer their time and smile to make this day... More



Elk Falls Benevolent Society supports Health Care

Lucy Malone, representing the Elk Falls Emergency Benevolent Society presented the Hospital Foundation with a donation of $50,000 towards a group of equipment for the Operating Room, Recovery Room and Day Surgery.The equipment includes a new OR Bed, Warming Cabinet and Sterilization Unit, which play an integral part in caring for all patients, including children. "The equipment will enhance the... More



Gratitude Project

A fundraising project initiated and inspired by Teresa Hass, a Campbell River resident living with Metastatic Cancer, to raise the much-needed financial support for the Campbell River Hospital. During Teresa's process of living with this disease she has learned just how disruptive life can become for anyone dealing with Cancer, for the patient and their family.Teresa's wish is to make... More



Hospital Employee is Recognzied by her Peers

On September 21, 2010 the Campbell River Hospital Foundation held a reception that followed their Annual General Meeting to say Thank You and to recognize a Caring Spirit.Myra Egan, a Registered Nurse and Clinical Coordinator for several departments at the Campbell River Hospital was nominated by her staff and peers for the Caring Spirit award for her outstanding leadership in... More