Your support is providing life-saving care to our family and friends.
Each week more than 1,500 people will visit Queensway Carleton Hospital (QCH) for emergency care. Our loved ones deserve the very best treatment options available, and thanks to the generosity of our community, the medical team at QCH has access to state-of-the-art equipment and technology.
QCH is recognized as one of the top hospitals in the country and your continued support will ensure it is equipped to provide world-class care, close to home, to the more than 500,000 people who may turn to it each year.
Your Dollars at Work
Thanks to the incredible generosity of our donors, we are working together to inspire change and advance local healthcare. We are investing in leading medical devices and facilities in an effort to help reduce wait times and increase capacity.
Surgical Suite Upgrades
With an increase in the number of surgeries required at QCH, the medical equipment used to perform these operations is in high demand and in urgent need of upgrades and replacement.
Donor support will help transform our surgical suites with technology and equipment that will help to reduce wait times (post-pandemic), build capacity, attract the best and brightest surgical talent, and most importantly, improve health outcomes for our patients.
Creating 15 New Bed Bays
With West Ottawa’s only Emergency Department (ED), Queensway Carleton Hospital (QCH) has an immediate need to create more space for patients.
With continued support from our donors, we have transformed a space inside the hospital to create 15 new bed bays, creating a safe and comfortable place for patients to be treated.
Investing in Life-Saving Medical Devices
The medical equipment we need right now is more important than ever before.
Investing in upgrades to modern technologies will help us save lives, detect health concerns early, fight disease and provide preventative care.
With the generosity of our donors, QCH Foundation is assisting with the purchase of these devices – to put the latest tools into the hands of the medical experts at QCH.
Ways to Give
One Time Gift
Your generous gift empowers QCH Foundation to purchase the latest equipment and technology for the medical team at QCH.
Your monthly donation enables QCH Foundation to provide the best care possible for patients by investing in the most advanced equipment and funding innovation at QCH.
Champion of Care
Honour a nurse, doctor, support staff or volunteer for the special care you received at QCH as a Champion of Care.
The Impact Our Donors Inspire
Visionaries Breakfast raises more than $323,000 for QCH
Along with raising an impressive $323,000 for medical devices and key priorities at QCH, the Foundation acknowledged the late Henry ‘Hank’ Mews for his outstanding philanthropy and volunteerism towards the hospital by unveiling the inaugural Visionary Award.
Opening of the new inpatient unit at The Barbara Crook and Dan Greenberg Mental Health Centre
Queensway Carleton Hospital’s new mental health inpatient unit has officially opened its doors for patients in The Barbara Crook and Dan Greenberg Mental Health Centre. The new inpatient unit – located one floor above the original mental health build – is now double the size of its original footprint. Along with adding a brand new 4-bed psychiatric intensive care unit, the space also features a secure outdoor courtyard for patients, additional areas for exercise and a comfort room flooded with natural light. The 24 regular patient rooms are now all private.
Baby’s First Keepsake: QCH Foundation Volunteer Creates Homemade Knit Hats for Newborns
When Sheila Revells knitted a little hat for her first grandchild it sparked a very special long-term relationship between the Barrhaven resident and the Queensway Carleton Hospital.