On the frontlines and beyond, It's Always Vital to Care
Support our COVID-19 Response
Hamilton Health Sciences needs your support. Dedicated teams are in place to care for COVID-19 patients and to meet the needs of patients who require other essential services.
As this crisis continues to evolve, so do the services at Hamilton Health Sciences. The introduction of new infection-control measures and the adoption of virtual-care practices are just some of the ways that patient care has changed.
There is an ongoing need for equipment and patient amenities. You can define the "new normal" with your donation, which will contribute to a healthier future for everyone.
Thanks to generous donations, we have purchased important medical equipment to support the clinical teams at Hamilton Health Sciences. These teams continue to provide care for patients in a quickly changing and challenging environment.
Donations are helping us purchase frontline equipment such as ventilators for the Intensive Care Unit. We have also secured new technology that allows clinicians to monitor patients virtually, which connects people from across the region and reduces feelings of isolation during such uncertain times.
These are some examples of how your donation is making a vital difference for patients with COVID-19 and those whose care has been impacted by the pandemic. Please continue your support by donating today.
If you are interested in donating food or beverages to the clinical teams at Hamilton Health Sciences (any of the sites), please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org providing the details around your donation. All food and beverage donations are being managed directly by the Hospital and not Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation. Please note there are strict guidelines associated with these donations, as such, please contact the WeCare Team through the email address above prior to making any arrangements.
If you are interested in making PPE donations, please email details to PPEdonations@hhsc.ca – once again, these donations are being managed directly by the Hospital and not Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation.