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Awards

Special recognition for supporters of St. Mary's General Hospital who exemplify the spirit of community support and philanthropy.
  • Cardiac Leadership Award

    The Cardiac Leadership Award is presented to donors or medical staff in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the St. Mary’s Cardiac Care Centre.

    2017   S.G. Cunningham

    2016   Manulife

  • Mission Legacy

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    Mission Legacy Award

    St. Mary’s was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Hamilton in 1923 and opened in October of 1924. Since that time, the hospital’s staff, physicians and volunteers have proudly carried on the legacy of providing care with dignity, compassion and respect – the hallmarks of the Sisters of St. Joseph.

    The Mission Legacy Award was created to recognize those who have contributed in an exceptional manner to the health care ministry of the Sisters, St. Mary’s General Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health System and/or St. Joseph’s Resource Development System.

    Nominations are accepted internally and from members of the community. Nominees can include current and former staff, physicians and volunteers and board of trustee members. Posthumous nominations are also accepted. Nominations, which are accepted every year until the end of January, are considered by a selection committee with an awards presentation held in June.

    To learn more about the award call the President’s office at 519-749-6544.

    Award nomination form

    Past recipients 2007-2018
     
Patient Stories

Marg’s Story

Margaret Geerts didn’t have the common symptoms. There was no pain in her chest, no “classic warning signs”, before suffering a heart attack three months after her 40th birthday.

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Patient Stories

Janis's Story

I just finished eating dinner. We were watching television and I started getting pretty intense heartburn that I sat up, I said to my husband, this is getting worse.

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Donor Stories

Gerald & Audrey Moser

Thank you Gerald & Audrey Moser

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