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Commemorative & Memorial Gifts

When people make Memorial Donations in memory of someone who has passed away, that person's name is entered on the memorial plaque located in the foyer of the Health Services near the Emergency seating area. This plaque is available for everyone to view and remember the ones who have passed away.

Christmas Pine Tree

Tree of Hope

During the Christmas Season, a special program is in operation whereby family and friends can make special donations, either by sending a Christmas greeting or as a Memorial Tribute to someone special.


Through Financial Gifts and Bequests

Should you, or your family member, wish to leave a bequest to the Foundation, it is recommended that you consult with a lawyer in the preparation of the will.

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Where can I make my donation to the foundation?

An estimated 4% of funds are used for administrative costs of the Foundation.

All donations are gratefully received and each one plays a part in enhancing the services of our Health Care facility.

You can direct your donation to:

Donations can be directed to the area of greatest need within a unit, program, or facility. With every dollar going exactly where you direct it, this is really the best way to thank those who made a difference.

Acute Care

Palliative Care

Home Care



Lab Services


Current Equipment Needs

At the Strathmore Hospital


Purchase a new macerator for acute care which ensures every bedpan and its contents can be safely disposed of, whilst a new bedpan can be used for the next patient.

Cardiac Monitors

Replace wall and portable cardiac monitors from the Dash 4/5000 to the Carescape B450. This device allows medical staff the power to monitor patients with diverse acuities.

Overhead Lifts

Replace the current overhead lift in acute care. This device is the most comfortable and effective way to lift and move patients.

Sorrento Chair

Purchase a new Sorrento chair which is designed to reduce pressure, prevent sliding and falls while encouraging mobilization for patients who spend a majority of their time in bed.


Purchase new commodes that allow patients to easily be transported to the bathroom or shower.

Seatbelt/Chair Alarms

Purchase seatbelt and/or chair alarms which prevent patients from falling from chairs and wheelchairs by recognizing the gesture of a patient attempting to stand. Patient falls are one of the greatest causes of injury in hospitals.


Purchase televisions for seven beds.

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