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Current Giving Priorities

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If you look “behind the doors” of every great hospital, you’ll find the most generous donors.

There’s no mystery here. When government funding covers only a portion of what is required to meet best practices in patient care, hospitals have very little left in their budgets for innovation.

It’s community generosity that funds state-of-the-art equipment and technology that in turn help attract expert healthcare professionals and staff, and bring revolutionary new services closer to home, where our loved ones, friends and neighbours need them most.

Donor investment is the fuel that ignites passion, empowers innovation and establishes confidence. It sets the stage for the future of healthcare in our region.

Here are some of the cutting-edge, lifesaving and life-changing initiatives we’d like to tell you more about:

Cardiac Cath Lab Reinvestment

After more than a decade of being used to stop heart attacks in their tracks, PRHC’s Cardiac Cath Lab suites must be replaced. Without them, patients from across our region might have to travel to Kingston or Toronto for emergency intervention when every second counts. 

Find out how you can help keep your heart here.

Doctor Warren Ball portrait

Reinvesting in our Cath Lab now will allow us to take higher resolution images of the heart’s arteries, faster and using less radiation, so my colleagues and I can make an accurate diagnosis and deliver the best possible treatment to the patients in our region.

Dr. Warren Ball

PRHC Interventional Cardiologist and Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Robotic Intravenous Automation System (RIVA)

RIVA is an important next step forward in PRHC’s chemotherapy program, revolutionizing the process of administering chemotherapy at your hospital. 

Learn how you can bring the future of cancer care to our region today.

Portrait of Doctor Neera Jeyabalan

RIVA would revolutionize our process of administering chemotherapy to our patients. It would help us ensure patients receive the most accurate treatment, freeing up our staff to manage the higher number of patients. And, it could even reduce the amount of time patients spend in the Cancer Clinic.​

Dr. Neera Jeyabalan

PRHC Oncologist

CT Scanners

For many seriously sick or injured patients, a CT scan is crucial to rapidly confirming a diagnosis and beginning lifesaving treatment. PRHC’s two CT scanners are nearing the end of their lifespan and must be replaced with new equipment with cutting-edge imaging technology. 

Find out how you can help bring these advanced, essential diagnostic tools to your community.

Portrait of Doctor Voros wearing a mask

New CT scanners will fit the needs of the hospital now and well into the future. They are faster, meaning shorter scan times. They will provide much better quality images, making it easier for my colleagues and me to see what’s happening inside a patient’s body. And there’s less radiation used during a scan with new technology, which means less risk to the patient.

Dr. Mario Voros

PRHC Radiologist

Interventional Radiology Reinvestment

Diagnosing and repairing a full range of emergency and chronic health conditions without surgery is the future of healthcare. An expansion of PRHC’s interventional radiology suites is how we usher in this new era in our region. 

Learn how you can invest in “the best kept secret in medicine” at your hospital.

Portrait of Doctor Kebby King

With the support of our community, we will renovate and expand PRHC’s two existing interventional radiology suites, add a third step-down room, and outfit all three with state-of-the-art, high-resolution imaging technologies, while also expanding our recovery room by 50 per cent.

Dr. Kebby King

PRHC Interventional Radiologist

Find out how you can help

For more information:
Please call us at 705-876-5000, or