The Dauphin and District Shrine Club has made a significant contribution towards children’s care at Dauphin Regional Health Centre (DRHC). The Shrine Club contributed close to $6,000, via the Dauphin Hospital Foundation, that helped purchase a Broselow Pediatric Emergency Cart and related support equipment. The Broselow Cart is a colour-coded system for children (infant to 12). Its key features allow for quick access to correct sizes of medical equipment in the event of an emergency.
The Dauphin Hospital Foundation was pleased to recently contribute towards a new piece of equipment for the surgery program at Dauphin Regional Health Centre. The Foundation provided just over $36,000 for a new colonoscope, which is used for an endoscopy procedure.
The Dauphin Regional Health Centre (DRHC) received a pair of recent donations that will provide a total of $1,500 to be split between three different program/service areas within the hospital.
The Dauphin Hospital Foundation is sincerely grateful to be recognized as a beneficiary from the historic Barry Trotz Stanley Cup Day celebrations, which were held in August. The Foundation is honoured to be included among other dedicated and worthy community organizations that will receive funding support thanks to the success of the event.
The benefit from the Barry Trotz Stanley Cup Day celebrations held this past August in Dauphin is the gift that keeps on giving. Through the Dauphin Hospital Foundation, the Trotz Family presented the Dauphin Personal Care Home (PCH) with a cheque for $6,640 on December 4, 2018.
The 2018 year was a milestone for the Dauphin Hospital Foundation (DHF). The DHF recognized its 30th year of operation since its inception in the late 1980’s —1988 to be exact.
The DHF sincerely thanks all donors for their contributions over the past year. There were some larger contributions in 2018 that received extra recognition in the media.
Pine River resident Tony Semeniuk provided a boost to the Dauphin Hospital Foundation with a recent donation of $20,000. Semeniuk indicated he was very happy to help by donating to a worthy cause and organization. Later in the day, Semeniuk made another local donation, $10,000, to the Dauphin Multi-Purpose Seniors Centre. Pictured, from left, are Mr. Semeniuk, Foundation Chairman Doug Deans, and Dauphin Regional Health Centre Director Curt Gullett.
Thanks to generous public contributions so far, the Palliative Care Redevelopment Project at Dauphin Regional Health Centre (DRHC) has been making some headway. The project, which is being undertaken in two phases, will see renovations and upgrades completed within the four Palliative Care Unit rooms and family room. This includes overall wall repairs, purchasing of new furniture and securing new TVs, which is all part of the initial phase.
The Dauphin Regional Health Centre (DRHC) has been paging patient Manny Quinn lately. However, this particular patient is actually a state-of-the-art simulator/manikin that is now in use at the health centre thanks to a generous contribution from the Dauphin Hospital Foundation and Dauphin Health Care Auxiliary.
The Dauphin Hospital Foundation wishes to congratulate the Parkland Family Medicine Residency Unit on 25 years of training rural medical residents. The Residency Unit —based out of Dauphin and in affiliation with Ste. Rose —began training physicians back in July 1991.