The Montreal General Hospital Foundation is proud to collaborate with partners who share our vision of excellence in patient care, teaching, and research.
January 2018, Bell Let’s Talk announced a donation of $400,000 to the Montreal General Hospital Foundation, to support the Neuromodulation Unit and increase access to repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) treatments for patients with mood and anxiety disorders. Bell Let’s Talk promotes mental health during the #BellLetsTalk day and invests in local projects to support people living with mental health problems. To learn more, click here.
The PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. program supports local women’s health awareness initiatives and activities. In Montréal, funds raised through various events such as the PHARMAPRIX AIMEZ.VOUS. Course pour les femmes allows the Montreal General Hospital Foundation to support the Mental Health Mission’s programs targeted towards women.
The acquisition of this High Performance MRI is an excellent opportunity to make a real difference and I hope that many will join me to help make this project a reality.
In March 2011, Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty suffered a severe concussion and broken vertebra during a hockey game – and was immediately taken to the MGH for treatment. Following his recovery in hospital, the young player established the Max Pacioretty Foundation to support the traumatic brain injury project and help purchase a state-of-the-art advanced High Performance MRI machine for the Hospital. Donations through the Montreal General Hospital Foundation are welcome and will be personally recognized by Max. To help Max reach the $3.5 million goal, click here.
I am proud and honoured to be a partner, personally and through the Saku Koivu Foundation, in contributing to the greatness of the Montreal General Hospital, particularly in the areas of cancer and trauma care
In September 2001, former Montreal Canadiens Captain, Saku Koivu, was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma as training camps were underway across the NHL. After undergoing successful treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the hospital, Saku Koivu created The Saku Koivu Foundation in collaboration with the MGH Foundation as his way to “give back” to the community in appreciation for the excellent medical and nursing care he received during his battle with cancer. To donate to Saku’s Foundation, click here.
The RI-MUHC is home to Canada’s largest concentration of medical and health care research investigators, supporting over 600 international researchers, 1000 graduate and post-doctoral students and utilizing over 600,000 sq ft of research space devoted to a broad spectrum of both fundamental and clinical research. For information, click here.
The Singer Family Fund for Lupus Research – supported by matching funds from the MGH Foundation – funds clinical and research at of the Lupus Clinic at the MGH. For information, click here.
The Patient Education Office was created to address the changed information needs of our patients, their families, and the MUHC community at each of its sites in response to changes in healthcare delivery and practice that have increased day surgeries, decreased length of stay and result in patients being discharged sooner. For information, click here.
The Centre’s mission is to reduce injury and acute surgical disease-related morbidity and mortality in low- and middle-income countries. This is achieved through local capacity building using a multidisciplinary approach, and includes education, research and exchange programs, on-site clinical work, and trauma system development. The Centre has projects in several African, South-American, European and Asian nations. For information, click here.