Month: November 2019

Making an Impact Now and in the Future

Friday, November 22, 2019

Kenny Cheng quietly reflects, “I’ve quite literally experienced the full circle of life at St. Joe’s—from my child’s first cry to my father’s last breath. And each and every time, the staff has been there to guide and support me.” Kenny’s relationship with the Hospital began in 2007 when his late father, Phillip, passed away … Read More

Investing in research to find a cure

Monday, November 18, 2019

Pamela Bragoli knows first-hand how research can touch and improve someone’s life. During World War II while in the United Kingdom 11-year-old Pamela sprained her left ankle, which did not respond to treatment. After being referred to an Orthopaedic Surgeon the diagnosis was tuberculosis of the ankle, which left her in a plaster cast for … Read More

The New Jack and Jean Marchese Dialysis Unit at the Charlton Campus

Friday, November 15, 2019

Today we celebrated the official naming and grand re-opening of the Jack & Jean Marchese Dialysis Unit at the Charlton Campus. This 16-month project has been a true labour of love and a demonstration of what can be accomplished when we all work together. This bright and spacious new unit was designed with input from … Read More

Free Wills During Write a Will Month

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

November is Write a Will Month – an opportunity to leave your legacy. When Pamela Bragoli and her husband Bruno started to update their Will, they began thinking of what was near and dear to their hearts. Bruno has a long history with the healthcare industry and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. His involvement, combined with … Read More

Gala Raises $560,000!

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

We are thrilled to share that our 22nd Annual Holiday Gala on Saturday, November 2nd at LiUNA Station raised an amazing total of $560,000! It is an incredible achievement and one we could not have accomplished without all of our generous donors, sponsors, partners, volunteers, committee members and guests! Those funds will be used to help … Read More