Volunteer/Staff Recognition

We couldn’t do it without you! To all the volunteers and staff that give of their time, talent and treasure to make Cambridge Memorial Hospital a special place, we thank you. Read on to learn more about the generosity, compassion and care within our walls.

100,000 Steps for MRI

CMHF Board Member Smita Challu Tulsani is raising funds for Spotlight MRI with a 100,000 step challenge! This summer, Smita and her family are exploring the beautiful trails of our beautiful city and raising awareness and funds for CMH.  As a busy marketing exec, volunteer and proud mother of two young boys, Smita has a

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A Surgical First for the Region

On December 8, an all female surgical team, led by Dr. Kathryn Sawa, performed the first Innervated Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator (DIEP) Free Flap breast reconstruction in the Region of Waterloo! This is a relatively new technique, where very small nerves in the chest and abdominal flap tissue are carefully dissected out and reconnected with

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Working on the Front Line

By Susan Hastings Photo By Stan SwitalskiResident Feature from West Galt Neighbourhood Magazine In January of this year, Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH) opened a new wing. It had been under construction for years and finally, the citizens of Cambridge had access to state-of-the art facilities. But a hospital is only as good as its staff

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Vera Heldmann…Front-line healthcare worker and CMH Foundation Donor.

“Not only am I passionate in my role as a front-line healthcare worker, I also take pride in being a Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation donor. When I started making donations to our hospital, I did not realize how my regular contribution would provide the hospital with an opportunity to plan and prioritize equipment needs. As

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Work for a Cure

At our public launch Andy Incitti presented CMHF with a cheque for $500,000. This amount is double their initial pledge to name the Paediatric Family Waiting Area and Playroom and they still have plans to continue their fundraising. Work for a Cure is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and providing support for those

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Dr. Rhee Q & A

We are proud of our talent. Learn more about the Doctors and care right here at CMH with our Q&A featuring Chief of Staff, Dr. Rhee. Q: Why is this expansion important to you and all of the staff at CMH? A: As Chief of Staff at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, I can tell you that

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Dr. Eugenio Q & A

Q: Tell us a little bit about your work at CMH.  A: For the past 12 years, I’ve been treating patients in the Emergency Department at Cambridge Memorial Hospital. I’ve seen children with serious allergic reactions and seniors with broken hips. I’ve dealt with heart attacks, panic attacks and strokes. I’ve even delivered a baby

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