Our Current Campaign- The Future of Care
The second floor of the Maryland South building will be home to the jewel of our flagship programs - the Buhler Eye Care Centre. This provincial centre, the largest in Western Canada and home to the MHC Lions Eye Bank, will be largely consolidated and expanded to include future space for the University of Manitoba Ophthalmology Residency Program.
The main floor will be welcoming PRIME - a health centre for seniors. This complementary long-term care program will provide medical experise, recreational and social activities, personal care, rehabilitation, support for families and more.
The first floor, along with the basement, will also house the Ambulatory Diagnostic Centre: our diagnostic imaging department and Diagnostic Services Manitoba laboratory will relocate from the fourth floor to be in closer proximity to both Urgent Care and Ambulatory Care, increasing the speed MHC can assess and treat patients so as to decrease lengths of stay.
What specific opportunities are there for you to support your own area of interest in the future of care?
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It was a difficult decision when Anne Marie Fabro was admitted to interim care at Misericordia Health Centre on New Year’s Day in 2005. Her husband, MHC’s founding chairman Sam Fabro, had been her caregiver for seven years, but Anne Marie suffered from Alzheimer’s..
Read Sam and Anne Marie's Story...