“We can make a difference — we can help bring a new MRI that provides high quality images more quickly, so patients can get their diagnosis or start their treatment and have the best care right in Cambridge. It’s what our community deserves. It’s what you deserve.” Dr. Winnie Lee The MRI is one of […]
“We can make a difference — we can help bring a new MRI that provides high quality images more quickly, so patients can get their diagnosis or start their treatment and have the best care right in Cambridge. It’s what our community deserves. It’s what you deserve.” Dr. Winnie Lee The MRI is one of
Your gift will allow your family, friends and neighbours to receive exceptional care close to home when they need it most.You might even consider becoming a monthly donor. Your monthly donation will provide a reliable funding source for priority equipment at CMH. If you send your one-time or monthly gift by April 15th, your donation
Looking for our Trees of Caring Honourees Listing for 2022? Follow this link. This past spring, after being sick for a few days, I suddenly woke up in the middle of the night gasping for air. I was so weak I could barely walk. My husband drove me straight to the emergency department at Cambridge
Can you imagine walking around, feeling fit as a fiddle, only to find out that you have cancer? Well, that’s exactly what happened to me. I didn’t have a single symptom – nothing at all that would have suggested something was wrong. I felt as strong and healthy as ever. I still worked most days
Imagine being wheeled into an operating room, only to discover there is no surgical table. Or perhaps you show up for an X-ray, only to find the room empty. This might be hard to imagine, but we couldn’t provide patient care at Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH) without equipment and we wouldn’t have equipment without you.
Even though I’ve lived in this community for 18 years, I had no idea that Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH) offered such exceptional care. Until they saved my life. Friends and colleagues were quick to recommended hospitals all over Ontario. But the first surgeon that I met after my diagnosis told me that if I was
Let me tell you about one of my patients – you probably know someone just like him. John lived a busy, active life. He spent 40 years in a physically demanding job and enjoyed hiking and golfing in his spare time. But then his hip started giving him trouble … and it kept getting worse.
When our new wing opened we didn’t realize how important it would be in helping us manage the challenges that lay ahead for our hospital and community. Equipped with the latest technology, the expansion of our Emergency, ICU, Medicine, Mental Health services and Labour and Delivery departments, allowed CMH to focus on infection control and
When I experienced pain in my abdomen this spring, I knew immediately it was a kidney stone. I’d had surgery for a similar issue before… but as you can imagine, I was very nervous to visit an emergency department during the COVID-19 pandemic. Shortly after I stepped through the doors of Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH),