New technology at QEH a game changer for finding delicate veins – February 6, 2019

“As an RN for over 30 years and starting IVs on hundreds of people whose veins were challenging, this new vein viewer technology to see beneath the skin is truly remarkable,” says Wendy Poole, an RN at Souris Hospital.

Poole says she has witnessed the benefits both professionally and personally. Read More


Buy Tulips and Support a new CT Scanner for the QEH – January 10, 2019

CHARLOTTETOWN – Islanders will have the opportunity to brighten up their homes and work spaces with some beautiful tulips from Vanco Farms by supporting the QEH Foundation’s “Tulips for the QEH” sale on Thursday, February 28th, 2019. Read More


QEH Youth Connection Program receives funding from TELUS Atlantic Canada Community Board – November 27, 2018

CHARLOTTETOWN – The QEH Foundation is celebrating a $15,000 gift from the TELUS Atlantic Canada Community Board that will support equipment and technology for the Youth Connection Program in the Pediatric, Physical Medicine and Mental Health units at the QEH. In line with their focus on innovation to positively impact young Canadians, this investment will ensure patients have access to advanced technology as it relates to their health, education and social needs.

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QEH Foundation New Board Chair Announcement – November 2018

CHARLOTTETOWN – The QEH Foundation is pleased to announce that Ed Lawlor was recently appointed as Chair of the QEH Foundation Board for a two-year term. Ed has been a QEH Foundation Board member since 2014 and was the Annual Friends for Life Campaign Chair in 2013. Ed and his wife Pat have been generous donors to the Foundation for over 20 years. Ed established Deltaware Systems Inc. in 1992, now known as Maximus Canada – Deltaware Division, a leader in eHealth and e-Business products and services across Canada. Read More


2018 QEH Foundation Yuletide Auction Gala Raises $260,000 for Medical Equipment – November 17, 2018

CHARLOTTETOWN – The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation held its annual Yuletide Gala Auction, raising $260,000 to fund the purchase of a therapeutic gastroscope for the Ambulatory Care Centre, two ultrasound stretchers, and the rest toward the purchase of a new CT Scanner for Diagnostic Imaging at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Read More