Health Sciences North Foundation is the fundraising arm of Health Sciences North. It is governed by a volunteer board of directors who live in this community and are dedicated to ensuring the very best health care for the people of Northeast Ontario.
We accept, manage and disburse funds for improvements in patient care and specialized equipment, as well as teaching and research.
Every dollar you give stays right here in the community. Whichever area of the Hospital you choose to support, you can rely on the HSN Foundation to ensure your donation has the biggest impact in patient care as possible.
Excellence in health care is driven by dedicated staff and donors. Your support of the Foundation helps ensure the hospital will be ready for you and your loved ones when you need it the most. To view our Donor Bill of Rights click here.
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To view our 2017/2018 audited financial statements click here.
To view our 2016/2017 audited financial statements click here.
To view our Ethical Fundraising and Accountability Code click here.
Anthony Keating, CFRE
President and Chief Development Officer
HSN Foundation, HSN Volunteer Association, NEO Kids Foundation & Northern Cancer Foundation
Manager, Community Engagement
Manager, Community Engagement
Executive Assistant/Donor Support Officer
In 1996 two hospital foundations existed in Sudbury: the Laurentian Hospital Foundation and the Sudbury Memorial Hospital Foundation. In 1998, they merged together to form the Sudbury Regional Hospital Foundation (SRHF).
Over the years the SRHF raised funds for much needed medical equipment for the hospital such as stretchers, a catheterization lab, diagnostic equipment and critical care beds. The Foundation also raised funds for the construction of our one-site hospital in cooperation with the Northern Cancer Foundation through the Heart & Soul capital campaign.
On November 1, 2011 the Sudbury Regional Hospital officially changed its name to Health Sciences North. As its fundraising partner, the Sudbury Regional Hospital Foundation changed its name to Health Sciences North Foundation.
Health Sciences North (HSN) is a new approach to delivering the highest quality patient care, research, teaching and learning to our region and beyond. It is a network of integrated facilities and programs working together for the benefit of our patients, communities, physicians, researchers, staff and learners in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. HSN offers a variety of programs and services that meet many patient care needs, with leading regional programs in the areas of cardiac care, oncology, nephrology, trauma and rehabilitation.
Health Sciences North has 3,900 employees, a medical staff of more than 250, 600 volunteers and a diverse range of services across the following core programs:
- MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
- DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
- CRITICAL CARE
- FAMILY AND CHILD
- EMERGENCY AND AMBULATORY CARE
- SURGICAL PROGRAM
- MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTIONS
- NORTHEAST CANCER CENTER
- 3,900 EMPLOYEES
- 250 PHYSICIANS
- 600 VOLUNTEERS
- 454 BEDS
- 240,000 OUTPATIENT CLINIC VISITS
- 58,000 EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS
- 20,834 ADMISSIONS
- 75,000 X-RAYS TESTS
- 16,000 OPERATING ROOM CASES
- 23,000 CT SCANS
- 4,042,000 LABORATORY TESTS
- 469 OPEN HEART SURGERIES
- 330 PACEMAKERS
- 3,175 ANGIOGRAPHY EXAMS
- 495 KNEE REPLACEMENTS
- 250 HIP REPLACEMENTS
For more information about Health Sciences North click here.