With your support, a successful $3.5 million capital campaign will help the AMGH care for you, your loved ones and your community by enhancing the delivery of excellent health care close to home.
The CKNX Health Care Heros Radiothon
Saturday October 16th
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Radiothon. We are going to be hosting a BBQ at Zehrs (food donated by Zehrs). We encourage you to drop by in person and make your donation directly to a volunteer from the Foundation. And grab a bite to eat at the same time! We hope to see many of you there!
Mental Health & Addictions Unit Redevelopment
Our current Mental Health & Addictions Unit was built in the late 1970’s and has had no physical changes made to the space since that time. The renovated Mental Health & Addictions Unit will have a significant positive impact on the healing process for patients and their families.
The redevelopment of this crucial unit will:
- Increase the usable capacity of the 20-bed acute inpatient mental health & addictions unit
- Construct single-patient rooms with private bathrooms
- Use natural light and clear, intuitive way-finding
- Provide a social hub with dining room, group activity space and recreation therapy
- Increase safety and security of patients, families and staff through state-of-the-art security technology
- Enhance nursing, psychology and psychiatric support
“Mental health is a high priority within our healthcare system. At AMGH we have a psychiatric unit that is now over 40 years old and requires significant renovations to meet current standards of care. A properly designed and staffed unit enhances the patient experience and is instrumental in achieving positive outcomes.”
Dr. Patrick Conlon
AMGH Chief of Psychiatry
CT Scanner Replacement
“Replacing the CT scanner at AMGH is necessary, not only to maintain the services we offer, but to do so in a safer and quicker way for our patients.”
“The doctor said they caught it just in time or it could have been fatal. I thank that machine for that.”
AMGH currently has the only CT scanner in Huron County. The average lifespan of a CT scanner is 10 years; our current CT scanner is 8 years old and remains operational, however as technology advances, it becomes more difficult and costly to maintain.
Having a CT scanner close to home provides significant benefits to patients and physicians:
- For patients, it means less travel time, shorter wait times and faster results.
- For physicians, it is an essential diagnostic tool that provides timely results and is essential to patient care treatment planning. The CT scanner also enables AMGH to be the only provider of Telestroke services in Huron County.
- For the hospital, a CT scanner is helpful in the recruitment and retention of qualified personnel.
The new CT scanner will reduce the amount of radiation that patients are exposed to and provides significantly-improved image quality for the technicians and physicians to use in the assessment and care of patients.
Bruce Power’s 4,200 employees are the foundation of the company’s accomplishments…
As a guiding principle of the co-operative movement, Hensall Co-op recognizes the importance of investing in the rural communities…
The Strickland Family is all In… for $61,763.32 – an “oddball” amount that is intended to inspire others to donate.
As physicians at the Alexandra Marine & General Hospital, Drs. Conlon and MacLeod definitely recognize the importance…
For over sixty years, B.M. Ross has been providing engineering services to communities…
Rotarians are people of action, driven by a desire to create opportunities, strengthen communities, and find solutions…
Shawn and Rachel Lynn recognize the importance of supporting the Alexandra Marine and General Hospital (AMGH) and quality health care close to home…
Drs. Parvesh Anand & Rekha Lal
Richard Anderson & Anne-Catherine Jean
Artech Signs & Graphics
Allan Avis, Anne Haley and Family
Allan & Melanie Ball
Bluewater Cleaners Inc.
B.M. Ross and Associates Ltd.
Hugh & Kim Burgsma
Lori & Ron Burt
Lee & Judy Cairncross
Betty & Sonny Chisholm
Complete Wind Corporation
Dr. Patrick Conlon & Dr. Valerie MacLeod
David & Marilyn Cornish
Coulthard Families – Truly Nolen
County of Huron
De Jager Town Square IDA Pharmacy
Donnelly Murphy Lawyers Professional Corporation
Ken & Bonnie Dunn
Bruce & Eleanor Erskine
Melvin & Beth Farnsworth
Tom & Dawn Fincher – Finchers Limited
Goderich Place – Retirement Life Communities
Goderich Rotary Charitable Foundation
John & Wendy Grace
Rick & Dagny Haas
Ian & Kathy Hackett
Ron & Clara Hamilton
Aurelio & Otilia Henriques
Michael & Janet Henry
Hill & Hill Farms Ltd.
Hoffmeyer Plumbing & Heating
Francis & Barbara Hogan
Ben & Jenny Hogervorst Family Foundation
Keith & Joanne Homan
Huron Chiropractic Centre
Huron Commodities Inc.
Deb & Barry Hutchinson
Michael & Nevien Ibrahim – Michael’s Pharmasave
Dr. Tom & Mary Ellen Jasper
Scott & Kathleen Jenkins
Hugh & Colleen McGregor
Robert & Margery McCurdy
Joe & Mary Meaden
MicroAge Basics – Bluewater Office Equipment Ltd.
Myles & Cathy Murdock
Daniel & Muriel Murphy
Dr. Shannon Natiuk & Sahadev Banerjee
Dr. Don Neal & Alix Stevenson
Mike & Lisa Niglas
Dr. Dan & Leah Noel
Richard & Barbara Anne Ottewell
Barry & Monica Page
John & Maureen Peet
Norman & Nancy Pickell
Power Workers Union
Drs. Mark Reddington & Monique Renaud
Richard & Donalda Robarts
Glenn Scheels & Maureen Nummelin
Drs. Stan & Kim Spacek
Dr. Michelle Szasz
Peter & Brenda Teichert
Town of Goderich
Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh
Dr. Bruce & Betty Thomasson
Edward & Judith Turner
Dave Vanderwater & Betty Durst
Dr. Hilary & Chris Watson
Tielman & Sandra Westerhout
Dr. James & Billie White
K.J. Talbot Realty Inc.
Chris & Wendy Kalmer
Kinsmen Club of Goderich
Krantz Law Professional Corporation
Taylor & Anne Marie Lambert
Lighthouse Money Management
Lucknow & District Kinsmen Club
Jim & Darlene Lynn
Shawn & Rachel Lynn
Hugo & Moira Maaskant
Tim & Alexandra MacDonald
MacEwan & Feagan Insurance Brokers
John & Debra Marshall
Herb & Sherry Marshall
Ken McGee Holdings