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Priority Equipment Needs

Advanced patient care requires innovative medical equipment, but the government does not fund it. Ongoing advances in technology and routine replacement mean St. Mary’s is continually scrutinizing equipment needs.

Your donation will be invested in that which is most urgently required to provide effective patient care.

Though St. Mary's wish list is frequently adjusted, oulined below are several items currently identified as a funding priority. 

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

St. Mary's General Hospital is the only hospital in the region without MRI, and the only regional cardiac care centre in the province without this vital piece of equipment. You ...

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

St. Mary's General Hospital is the only hospital in the region without MRI, and the only regional cardiac care centre in the province without this vital piece of equipment. Your help is needed.

Diagnostic Services Expansion

Your help is needed to update and expand St. Mary's diagnostic equipment to keep pace with technological advancements and the community's healthcare needs.

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Diagnostic Services Expansion

Your help is needed to update and expand St. Mary's diagnostic equipment to keep pace with technological advancements and the community's healthcare needs.

Syringe Pump

A syringe pump is a small infusion pump used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid (with or without medication) to a patient. Some syringe pumps can both infuse and wi ...

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Syringe Pump

A syringe pump is a small infusion pump used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid (with or without medication) to a patient. Some syringe pumps can both infuse and withdraw solutions.

Unit Dose Packaging System

The Unit Dose Packaging System was first introduced as a safe and effective way to control and deliver medication. As such over three quarters of oral medication delivered in h ...

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Unit Dose Packaging System

The Unit Dose Packaging System was first introduced as a safe and effective way to control and deliver medication. As such over three quarters of oral medication delivered in hospitals is in unit doses and it is common practice for pharmaceutical companies to pre-package their medicines using unit dose packaging.