Making an Impact

Our Hospital
Foundation

The Strathcona Community Hospital Foundation was formed in 2008 to complement the Strathcona Community Hospital (opened 2014). By keeping its finger on the pulse of the community, the Foundation keeps up to date with community trends and concerns, and works to support overall health and wellbeing through its relationships with community members and groups. You’ll find the Foundation working with other social profits in the community, sitting at the Social Framework Leadership Table, and planning and community events. We want the community to have more than access to the best healthcare possible, we want them to feel connected to the Hospital and community. 

As part of our mandate to support the Strathcona Community Hospital, the Foundation connects with corporate partners and community members to raise funds for the improvement of hospital services. A dedicated board of directors and small administrative team facilitate this process and work with Alberta Health Services to ensure donor funds make the biggest possible impact.

Our Hospital Foundation

The Strathcona Community Hospital Foundation was formed in 2008 to complement the Strathcona Community Hospital (opened 2014). By keeping its finger on the pulse of the community, the Foundation keeps up to date with community trends and concerns, and works to support overall health and wellbeing through its relationships with community members and groups. You’ll find the Foundation working with other social profits in the community, sitting at the Social Framework Leadership Table, and planning and community events. We want the community to have more than access to the best healthcare possible, we want them to feel connected to the Hospital and community.

As part of our mandate to support the Strathcona Community Hospital, the Foundation connects with corporate partners and community members to raise funds for the improvement of hospital services. A dedicated board of directors and small administrative team facilitate this process and work with Alberta Health Services to ensure donor funds make the biggest possible impact.



$ 0

Funded equipment provided by SCHF to Strathcona Community Hospital with your help

(As of April 2024)

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of patients who receive care in the Emergency department are treated and discharged home

Over 0

Annual emergency department visits

0

IV therapy patient visits annually

What We’re Striving For

What We’re
Striving For

Current Campaigns

Watch for More Information on Our Two Newest Campaigns Coming Soon!

With the use of donor contributions, the Foundation has been able to make several contributions to the hospital. Right now, our biggest need for funding is for the IV Therapy Room capital project, which will be our largest project to date!

We'll be making an announcement SOON of an upcoming project to honor an incredibly generous donation from Mary and Alfred Kublik, 'The Kublik Gardens' project will also look for community support for volunteers and donations. Watch for updates here!

And we'll be launching a community donation drive for monthly donors to join our 'Friends of the Foundation' with some exclusive invitations and sneak peeks planned in the next 12 months. More details coming soon!

Procedure Chair

Enables clinical providers to move patients into various comfortable positions for assessment and treatment.

ECG Page Writer

Simplifies and streamlines workflow.

Intubating Bronchoscope

Assists in situations where there is difficulty with airways for patients.

Laryngoscope Monitor

Assist when an intubation is required for patients with difficulty breathing.

Blanket Warmer

Enables clinical providers to move patients into various comfortable positions for assessment and treatment.

Wheelchairs

For portering patients, a portable ultrasound for improved diagnosis and treatment and specialized pediatric syringe pumps.

Otology Instruments

For use within the Otology Clinic.

The IV Therapy Room

Congratulations to everyone involved; sponsors, donors, staff, and patients, on the successful opening of the Qualico IV Therapy Clinic last fall.  Over 850 patients each month are appreciating the new dedicated Clinic. Thanks to everyone who came together to support the people in our community who rely on this service.

Join us for our 8th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, September 6th.
Once again we will be at the Broadmoor Public Golf Course.
Registration is OPEN and Sponsorships are available now!

Donate Today

Support healthcare in your community with a donation to STCHF. We are committed to improving the care available at the Strathcona Community Hospital - your contributions make it happen! Donations of all sizes are gratefully received.

Donate Today

Support healthcare in your community with a donation to STCHF. We are committed to improving the care available at the Strathcona Community Hospital – your contributions make it happen! Donations of all sizes are gratefully received.

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