"The hospital has been there for my family and I want it to be there for many more."
Carolyn and Robert R.
"After my hip replacement in October, staff and nurses were the best. Thank-you!"
Your Gifts At Work
- GBHS has an extensive capital process to establish top priorities
- Only the highest priority equipment receives funding
- Government provides less than 10% of funds needed for equipment
- Community support is critical to keeping our hospital well equipped
See Your Gifts At Work
2017 YAG Laser
Dr. Norman Mainville and patient explore the features of the new YAG Laser. The specialized laser is used to treat a number of eye conditions. A laser gives out a highly concentrated beam of light used to divide membranes in the eye. This YAG laser will allow many patients throughout Grey & Bruce Counties to continue seeing the beauty of each day.
2016 Automated Medication Cabinets
Brandy Oldham, RPN Megan Vyn, RN Student Donna Boyd, RN Bethany Barber, RPN Student on the hospital’s 8.1 Rehabilitation Unit with their new automated medication cabinet. The new cabinets bring improvements to patient safety and enable nurses to spend more time with their patients.
$320,000 raised for 7 cabinets
2016 Histology Processor
Karen Melsom, Medical Lab Technologist places tissue samples into the Lab’s new histology processor. This piece of equipment removes all water from samples as the first step in preparing slides for examination under the microscope by 5 pathologists working in Owen Sound
2016 NuStep Machine
Jennifer Ames, Physiotherapist works with patient, Keith Mayheu on a NuStep machine. After a stroke, these accessible machines aid in increasing strength and regaining mobility.
2016 Transfusion Fridge
Medical Lab Technologists, Heather Hill and Danielle Watson with their new transfusion fridge, which keeps blood and blood products at precise temperatures to preserve them as long as possible.
2016 Pathology Microscopes
Dr. Ken Newell, Pathologist and Dr. Ardit Deliallisi, Chief of Pathology review a case on one of their new microscopes. Their team of 5 pathologists review about 10,000 cases each year to diagnose cancer and other disease.
$75,000 raised for 3 microscopes
2016 Ultrasound Processor
Alicia Fischer, Ultrasound Technologist demonstrates one of two new ultrasound processors purchased for her department. These clean probes used during ultrasound testing right in the unit, reducing time between tests.
$50,000 raised for 2 units
2016 Infant Incubators
Intensive Care Nursery
Heather Christie, RN works with a young patient in the Intensive Care Nursery. Incubators provide a quiet, warm enviroment so babies get the best start possible.
$75,000 raised for 3 incubators
Thanks so much for your support of urgently needed medical equipment!!
Pacemaker Management Software
Interventional Radiology Suite
Fetal Monitor System
Cardiac Monitor System
2nd Echocardiograhy Unit
Nurse Call Systems
Portable heart rhythm recorders
6 ECG Machines
2 Portable Ultrasound Machines
7 Cystoscopes – Ambulatory Care
Nuclear Medicine/Spect CT
Cardiac Monitors – NICU
Minimally Invasive Surgical Equipment
Orthopaedic Surgical Equipment
2 OR tables
2 Chemistry Analysers
Wireless Cardiac monitors