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Saint Dunstan’s University Board of Governors supports Island Hospital Foundations with $500,000 Legacy Gift – June 26, 2019

CHARLOTTETOWN – Albert Fogarty, Chair of the Saint Dunstan’s University (SDU) Board of Governors, today visited the QEH to announce their support for Island hospital foundations.  SDU Board of Governors is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and established a Legacy Committee to mark this important milestone. Read More

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‘Great day’ success for QEH – June 21, 2019

CHARLOTTETOWN – It was indeed a “great day fore health” at the 16th annual Harry MacLauchlan Memorial Golf Tournament, presented by Fair Isle Ford, held on June 12th at Belvedere Golf Course, in support of priority medical equipment for the QEH. Read More

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‘Great Day’ Fore Health raising funds for QEH – June 4, 2019

CHARLOTTETOWN – The Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty, together with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, are getting ready to host new and returning teams and sponsors during the 16th Annual Harry MacLauchlan ‘Great Day’ Fore Health Memorial Golf Tournament, with Presenting Sponsor Fair Isle Ford, taking place on Wednesday, June 12 at Belvedere Golf Club. Read More

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QEH/Eastlink Telethon aims to complete funding for a new CT Scanner – May 23, 2019

CHARLOTTETOWN – “With the support of Islanders, it’s our hope to have all funding in place for a new CT Scanner for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital this weekend,” says Ed Lawlor, QEH Foundation Board Chair. “It has been our primary focus the past several months and with our 23rd annual QEH/Eastlink Telethon taking place, we are confident we can reach this goal.” Read More

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Wo-He-Lo clothing sale helping Island families – May 9, 2019

Ashley and Kyle Ferguson, shown here with son Owen and daughter Olivia, are thankful to QEH’s NICU staff and commend the volunteer work of the Wo-He-Lo Club.

CHARLOTTETOWN – The Ferguson family, from Cornwall, P.E.I., is praising the care provided by pediatricians and neonatal nurses at the QEH’s Neonatal Intensive Care unit (NICU) and thanking the Wo-He-Lo Club for their fundraising efforts.

“At 32 weeks gestation, our baby Olivia made a distressing entrance into this world,” says mother Ashley Ferguson, who works in the QEH’s NICU as a ward clerk. “After labouring for 24 hours, I had an emergency C-section because of an umbilical cord prolapse.” Read More