At Montfort, every donation—no matter the amount—has a direct and immediate impact on patient care.
The Impact of Your Generosity
Over the past year, your philanthropy has enabled us to provide the hospital with the necessary means to offer exemplary care, including:
Purchase of two garrots for the operating room
Thanks to a donation of $30,000 from Ms. Claude Chapdelaine, a long-time donor and friend of the Foundation, we purchased two garrots for the operating room. These devices are used to interrupt the circulation of blood in a limb during surgery or in case of hemorrhages, in order to ensure a safe procedure.
Surgi-lift slings for the operating room
Provides patients with a smooth transfer from the operating room to the recovery room.
Two $3,000 clinical excellence scholarships were awarded for Francophone nursing consolidation placements in the following disciplines: Maxime Boisvenu-Fortin – Emergency and Meaghan Brown – Family Birthing Center.
Equipment for non-invasive vascular screening of the lower limbs
White noise machine
Teaching video for pre-op hip and knee replacement patients
Halloween treats for the staff
iPads donation from the Brigil Family
It is the generosity of thousands of donors that allows us to achieve and maintain excellence and continue to provide exemplary care. With your donations, we can:
Acquire state-of-the-art equipment
Offer state-of-the-art facilities
Support the professional development of the health workforce
Invest in research
Training the next generation of health care professionals
Your generous contribution is an essential part of this process, since it is through philanthropy that the Hôpital Montfort can pursue its mission and distinguished itself as a health care leader.
Montfort and Its Community
Montfort is able to provide safe care during the 350,000+ patient visits it receives each year through the funding it receives from the Ontario government.
But it is thanks to the generosity of thousands of donors that it can achieve excellence.
Montfort at A Glance
1 in 4 births
hospital in Ontario to use the Health Standards Organization’s global standard on Emergency and Disaster Management
daily mammograms performed in 2020-2021
hospital in Ottawa to perform biopsies and contrast mammograms
52 % patients served in English and
48% patients served in French
Among the top 40
research hospitals in Canada
Orléans Health Hub
Under the chairmanship of Mr. Yves Tremblay, the first meeting of the Campaign Cabinet took place on August 27, 2020. Cabinet members, in conjunction with the Foundation’s executive staff, led the silent phase of the campaign – a crucial phase during which they secured more than $6.1 million towards the $12 million goal.
Major gifts secured during the year included an exceptional gift of $1,000,000 from Mr. Yves Tremblay and Mrs. Sylvie Villeneuve who paved the way for the completion of the Orleans Health Hub.