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), […]
Our Grateful Patient and Family program is an opportunity to express your gratitude and extend support to the individual staff members and departments that played a meaningful role in your care. It is also an opportunity to share your story.
Be inspired by these stories of hope and gratitude that remind us of our ultimate goal; to provide the very best in healthcare for our community.
Make your gift today in honour of a physician, therapist, nurse, or staff member who made a difference to you. Gifts may be designated to a specific program of special meaning or to support the area of greatest need as determined by the hospital. While keeping the dollar amount confidential, we are pleased to share acknowledgment cards with departments and staff. This gesture of support is always so very much appreciated.
When you contribute financially to the Grateful Patient and Family Program, you recognize and celebrate the excellence of care you or a loved received at Cambridge Memorial Hospital. In turn, your generosity helps others when they need us most and puts the very best tools into the hands of our doctors, nurses and support teams.
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Meet Alicia, Tom and Cohen Last year, long before anyone had imagined a world pandemic, my husband Tom and I experienced a life-changing event. It happened the night that our son was born. We were very excited, waiting for the arrival of our first child. For the most part everything was normal and going well…
At CMHReveal, Dr. Eugenio, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Cambridge Memorial Hospital spoke about one of his more memorable nights working in the ER. Dr. Eugenio described this night as “the ultimate story of doing what needed to be done to save 2 lives, drawing on years of training and the expertise of the team
As you pass by the grounds of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital during the holiday season, you notice beautiful trees, decorated with colourful strings of light. For some, these Trees of Caring evoke feelings of warmth and cheer. For me, they will forever be a reminder of the day my infant daughter, Ruthie, became gravely ill,