It’s the most wonderful time of the year - the annual Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign is back and is once again supporting Kingston Health Sciences Centre’s smallest patients.
From Monday September 11 to Friday September 17, many Tim Hortons locations in Kingston will be donating the proceeds from...Read more
It’s not unusual for 83-year old Barbara Pusch to venture out on a long bike ride –it’s actually her goal to ride at least 10,000 kilometres each year. Unfortunately, Barbara’s cycling season was cut short two weeks ago when she was hit by a vehicle while crossing County Road 38....Read more
This year's annual Rose of Hope Golf Tournament was a record setter. In its nineteenth year, organizers announced that the event raised $135,000 to support cancer care and equipment in Kingston's hospitals.
Recently, funds raised from the Rose of Hope tournament have been used to support local women who require breast reconstruction...Read more
Thanks to the generosity of the KGH Auxiliary, the cardiac program at the Kingston General Hospital site of Kingston Health Sciences Centre will be receiving $361,500 worth of vital equipment to help support the delivery of the best patient care.
The new equipment purchases include 15 defibrillators, 28 pacemakers and...Read more
In their first major donation to the Kingston hospitals, McDougall Insurance and Financial has committed a gift of $25,000 to support the next round of renewal at Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC).
“We are pleased to make this commitment to KHSC,” said Blair Shaw, a partner at McDougall’s...Read more
The Kingston General Hospital Auxiliary has wrapped up another successful Teddy Bear Campaign, once again surpassing their goal of $20,000. Over the course of their campaign the Auxiliary saw more than 250 bears sponsored for a grand total of $27,000.
All the funds raised will be used to support Pediatrics....Read more
Despite being years away from breaking ground, KGH’s Phase 2 Redevelopment project is beginning to pick up steam. Working groups representing key areas of the hospital involved in the $500 million project have begun to talk about what they will need in their new spaces.
Phase 2 Redevelopment will include...Read more
The Kingston General Hospital Research Institute congratulates KGHRI clinician scientist Dr. Stephen Vanner on being a recipient of Queen’s University’s 2016 Prize for Excellence in Research.
Dr. Vanner is one of five outstanding Queen’s researchers named to this year’s honour, which recognizes significant contributions to their field. Dr. Vanner was...Read more
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