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Foundation Focus Newsletters

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The Sackville Memorial Hospital Foundation produces a newsletter twice a year to keep our donors and community up-to-date on our current activities, funding investments and how donations impact on patient care.

Local Resident Grateful for SMH and Exceptional Care of Husband in His Final Days
March 14 was a difficult day for longtime Sackville resident and gallery owner Janet Crawford. Her husband John, whom she had been married to for 47 years, passed away after a brief illness. He had been suffering from a brain tumour since November 2022. Despite the heart-aching loss, Janet is eternally appreciative of the Sackville Memorial Hospital (SMH) and its outstanding staff for making John’s last days as pleasant as possible. [...]
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Outdoor Garden Courtyard - 2023 Annual Campaign
Outdoor Garden Courtyard Will Inspire Hope, Healing and Wellness for Patients and Families
The Sackville Memorial Hospital (SMH) Foundation has launched its Rest Restore Reconnect Campaign with an ambitious $150,000 goal. Funds raised will be invested in a much-needed therapeutic Outdoor Garden Courtyard for patients, families, and staff. [...]
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Update on recruitment and retention efforts, capital upgrades at Horizon’s Sackville Memorial Hospital
(SACKVILLE) – Horizon Health Network (Horizon) is making progress in its efforts to recruit and retain frontline health care workers at Horizon’s Sackville Memorial Hospital (SMH), while also moving forward with key infrastructure upgrades at this facility. [...]
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The Sackville Memorial Hospital Emergency Room (ER) Saved My Life
I am a 77-year-old retiree who, in 2019, moved from Toronto to live in Sackville. Until two years ago, I never knew how grateful I would be to have access to healthcare so close to my home. On this particular occasion, I developed symptoms of a urinary tract infection. [...]
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“The Sackville Memorial Hospital has been a Godsend”
It started out as a routine September morning when 85-year-old Joyce O’Neil, lifelong resident of Sackville, was eating breakfast and sipping on a cup of coffee.“I noticed I was having a hard time chewing, my jaw felt funny, and my left arm was just not right,”said O’Neil. [...]
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