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of our hospital

The Emergency Department at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital sees approximately 22,000 patients each year, averaging to the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital, averaging 60 people every day needing emergency care in our community. Sixty percent of those visits require some level of diagnostic testing or lab work. Our emergency care department is the cornerstone of our greatest needs, to ensure the highest level of healthcare is available today, and tomorrow.

Ways To Give

The Emergency Department at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital sees approximately 22,000 patients each year, averaging to the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital, averaging 60 people every day needing emergency care in our community. Sixty percent of those visits require some level of diagnostic testing or lab work. Our emergency care department is the cornerstone of our greatest needs, to ensure the highest level of healthcare is available today, and tomorrow.

Ways To Give

This year, we’ll invest over

$1.6 million

in new equipment.

Capital Requests 2018/2019

Pharmacy Upgrades
$263,885
Integrated Bedside Terminals
$215,000
Treadmill
$18,709
Ontario Telehealth Network
$31,500
ETCO2 Monitors
$7,000
Bed / Stretcher Replacement Plan (20 beds & 9 Stretchers)
$41,097
CADD Pumps
$11,900
Autoclave Sterilizer
$75,000
Vital Signs Monitor
$6,000
Crash Cart Standardization
$30,000
Anesthesia Machine
$90,000
Emergency Department Equipment
$50,000
Hematology Analyzer
$120,000
Histology Special Stain Machine
$50,000
Non Invasive Ventilator (BiPap)
$33,000
Humidifier / Oxy Blender (Hi Flow Optiflow)
$3,500
Ultrasound Transducer Cabinets
$20,000
Tissue Processor
$70,000
Histology Cover Slip
$75,000
Histology Slide Stainer
$70,000
Emergency Department Secure Rooms
$500,000
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Emergency Care Fund

Emergency health care delivery is one of the most active and demanding areas of any hospital, and South Muskoka Memorial Hospital is no exception. The Foundation’s newest campaign reflects that demand with a goal to raise $2.1 million.

In addition to supporting the Emergency Department (ED), funds will be used to purchase much needed equipment for other departments that support the ED, like our lab and diagnostic imaging departments. Six out of ten patients who come to the ED require additional testing, such as x-rays, other imaging modalities and lab work.

The South Muskoka Memorial Hospital has one of the busiest EDs in cottage country, seeing more than 20,000 patients a year. Those patient visits spike in the summertime, with approximately one quarter of annual visits occurring in July and August. Everything from cardiac crash carts at $5,000 each to mental health safe rooms are needed. A detailed list is provided above.

DONATE NOW

Emergency Care Fund

Emergency health care delivery is one of the most active and demanding areas of any hospital, and South Muskoka Memorial Hospital is no exception. The Foundation’s newest campaign reflects that demand with a goal to raise $2.1 million.

In addition to supporting the Emergency Department (ED), funds will be used to purchase much needed equipment for other departments that support the ED, like our lab and diagnostic imaging departments. Six out of ten patients who come to the ED require additional testing, such as x-rays, other imaging modalities and lab work.

The South Muskoka Memorial Hospital has one of the busiest EDs in cottage country, seeing more than 20,000 patients a year. Those patient visits spike in the summertime, with approximately one quarter of annual visits occurring in July and August. Everything from cardiac crash carts at $5,000 each to mental health safe rooms are needed. A detailed list is provided above.

DONATE NOW