QEH Foundation announces virtual Mask-Q-rade Elimination Draw & Auction – October 20

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE –The QEH Foundation is excited to share its new Mask-Q-rade Elimination Draw & Auction, a virtual event in support of the Provincial Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), cancer treatment, and children’s health at the QEH. This event will replace the Foundation’s annual Yuletide Gala Auction this year. Read More. 


Donations fund $1.5 million CT Simulator to support Island cancer patients – July 4th

CHARLOTTETOWN – The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation is pleased to share that with donor support the $1.5 million needed for the purchase of a new CT Simulator for the PEI Cancer Treatment Centre at the QEH has been met.

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QEH COVID ease back medical equipment needed – May 15, 2020

CHARLOTTETOWN – As the Queen Elizabeth Hospital begins its ease back phase of the COVID-19 pandemic response, additional priority medical equipment has been identified for QEH Foundation. Read More




QEH Foundation cancels annual QEH/Eastlink Telethon – April 15, 2020

After closely monitoring COVID-19 and the advice of the Chief Public Health Officer around physical distancing, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation has come to a decision with Eastlink Community TV to cancel its annual QEH/Eastlink Telethon scheduled for the weekend of May 23 and 24. Read More


QEH Foundation commits to COVID-19 medical equipment needs for Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

CHARLOTTETOWN – The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation is proud to support our doctors, nurses, healthcare professionals, and administrators who are continuing the high level of care at our Island’s main referral hospital. The QEH Foundation is in frequent contact with our healthcare colleagues and learned that in preparation for the fight against COVID-19, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is establishing a secondary intensive care space within the hospital for isolation of patients presenting with COVID-19 and requiring intubation/ventilation.

In order to meet the anticipated need for hemodialysis as a result of the COVID-19 virus, the renal program requires the two (2) reverse osmosis machines. The reverse osmosis (RO) system uses a pump to push water through a filter which removes contaminants. The systems use ultra pure water which enters the hemodialysis machine and is used to mix the dialysate for dialysis treatment. Reverse osmosis machines are portable. These machines will also be used post COVID-19 for ICU dialysis.

QEH Foundation committed to fund the purchase of two reverse osmosis machines at a cost of $35 000. “As the only acute care facility in PEI that provides hemodialysis in intensive care, we could not delay in our commitment to fund the purchase of these machines for QEH,” says Foundation Board Chair, Ed Lawlor. “Besides adhering to the advice of public health officials, this is another way to show we’re behind our doctors, nurses and all healthcare professionals, and all Islanders.”

To make a donation to support the purchase of two reverse osmosis machines for QEH, please go to and click Donate Now. Every dollar has an impact. Any monies raised over and above the $35,000 required will be applied to medical equipment addressing immediate COVID-19 needs at QEH, and other current medical equipment priorities. 

The staff of QEH Foundation are working remotely and conducting business with appropriate precautions, as the mission to raise funds for medical equipment priorities remains. We continue to accept your donations through mail and online and are available to take your call.

QEH Foundation encourages all Islanders to take necessary precautions to remain healthy, and we look forward to resuming normal operations in the near future.

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