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Donations For Prairie Mountain Health

 

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #003 Gives to BRHC

Brandon Branch #003 2017 Poppy Campaign presented cheques to the Brandon Regional Health Centre for a number of areas within the facility on Friday, August 24th.

Diagnostic Services $2935.00

Therapy Services $2395.00

GI Unit $2265.00

Clinics $755.00

Renal Unit $2095.00

Prairie Mountain Health is grateful for the donations from the Royal Canadian Legion Brandon Branch #003.

 BRHC Cheques 2
   

Swan River Valley Benefits From Recent Foundation Contribution

The Swan Valley Health Centre (SVHC) has purchased a portable ultrasound machine for its Emergency Department thanks to the generous support of the Swan Valley Health Facilities Foundation (SVHFF). The SVHFF donated just over $82-thousand for the purchase of the new diagnostic equipment.

Although SVHC has an existing ultrasound machine in its diagnostics department, that piece of equipment is in use for scheduled appointments. The new portable ultrasound will assist for point-of-care assessment, if needed, within the Emergency Department.

PMH thanks the SVHFF for their contribution and ongoing commitment to health care in the Swan River Valley and region as a whole. Swan River’s physician group is also very grateful for the support from the Foundation.

 ultrasound equip

In Picture- From front row left are Ada Husak, SVHF Care Team Manager; Karen Cleaver, Clinical Resource Nurse, Ambulatory Care; and Dr. Leah Koetting. From back row left are Glen McKenzie, Board Chair, Swan Valley Health Facilities Foundation; Dr. Margaret Adegboyega; Dr. Stephanie Butterworth; and Dr. Amin Mousavi.

Photo is courtesy of Jeremy Bergen, Swan Valley Star and Times

   
 

Roblin District Health Centre & PCH Receives Donation

Roblin Health Centre and PCH received a grant from their local Roblin & District Health Care Auxiliary group for $11,722. This money has been earmarked for wall dividers at the hospital, recliners for the Palliative Care unit and a wheelchair ramp scale.

Roblin

Pictured: Jesus Dangat, Care Team Manager accepts the cheque from Donalda Dayson of the Auxiliary group.

   

Pinkest Owl 2017

Proceeds of $10,000 from the 2017 Pinkest Owl Golf Tournament were presented to the Foundation’s Board Chair, Linda Noto, at the 2018 event held June 9. Targeted for the Western MB Cancer Centre, this donation will help BRHC cancer patients pay non-funded extra costs that may arise during treatment. To date, this "pretty in pink" group have contributed almost $60,000 "fore" the Foundation.

Thank you to the event organizers, participants, and sponsors, for helping us make a difference in the healthcare of all served by the BRHC.

 
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Pictured: Organizing Committee members Stacie Popien, Cheryle Roscoe, Shauna Danyluk, Julie Genaille, Cora Lea Baker and Carla Richardson with the Foundation’s Linda Noto.

   
 

DRHC Palliative Care Unit Donation

The Felix family recently donated funds for the purchase of a cabinet bed for the Palliative Care Unit Family Room at Dauphin Regional Health Centre (DRHC). The $2,500 donation was in honour of Hilda Felix.

 DRHC Palliative bed

Pictured: front left are DRHC Care Team Manager Jean Ann Fisher, Joe Felix, with daughters, Marie Sawyer, Kathy Baxter, Chris Carefoot and Colette Robinson. At back right are Palliative Care nurses Rebecca Kutcher and Kelly Berezowski.