The Montreal General Hospital is a central medical resource in the community, a training ground for specialists, and a leading-edge research centre. The challenge going forward: to modernize and innovate to enhance our already excellent level of care. The opportunity for donors: to make a real difference in the lives of their families, friends and the community at large.
We are delighted to announce that the trauma centre at The Montreal General Hospital – the only Level 1 adult facility in downtown Montreal – is to be named in honour of Dr. David Stevenson Mulder in recognition of his exemplary career as renowned surgeon, administrator, researcher, teacher, and mentor.
EMERGENCY ROOM/EXPANSION – $3 million
TRAUMA BAYS/RENEWAL – $1 million
OPERATING ROOMS/ENHANCEMENTS – $1.5 million
EMERGENCY ROOM EQUIPMENT – $1 million
EDUCATION/TRAINING/TEACHING – $1.5 million
SAFETY & INJURY PREVENTION – $1 million
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CENTRE – $1 million
Thoracic surgical services are being centralized at the MGH and renovations carried out to provide dedicated space for inpatients, ambulatory care and research. The creation of a specialized 20-bed ward and an outpatient clinic will ensure the optimum care for thoracic oncology patients requiring surgical intervention.This centre requires:
THORACIC SURGERY IN-PATIENT UNIT, OUT-PATIENT CLINIC AND DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE
– $3 million
CAREER AWARD IN THORACIC SURGERY RESEARCH – $1 million
“Our vision is to build upon and expand our leadership in comprehensive thoracic oncologic care.”
– Dr. Lorenzo Ferri, Director, Thoracic Surgery
Nurses remain at the centre of all successful healthcare outcomes, for the patient and their families.
“Innovative nursing led patient centred programs at the MGH serve as models for other medical institutions.”– Andréanne Saucier, Director of Nursing MUHC
Immediate specialized care is an essential and cost-effective solution in mental health emergencies.
Converting all MGH rooms to single patient care remains a priority for our patients and their families for effective delivery of care and infection control.
Demand for hip and knee replacement is growing apace with our aging population.
Investment will help the MGH build on its world-renowned reputation in this field.
“By giving, you can help ensure that we continue to provide outstanding service and care at the highest level to the entire Montreal community and beyond.” – Ann Lynch, Associate Director General Clinical Operations
There are many ways to contribute to our future success, including numerous naming opportunities in recognition of major gifts. For more information on donations, click here.