Supporting & Enhancing Health in the Community of Hinton
Keep up to date with the Hinton Healthcare Foundation.
Your generous donations make it possible to purchase new medical equipment and upgrade healthcare facilities in the Hinton area. Keep reading to learn more about how your help goes on to directly improve our community.
New Equipment Purchase
December 7 2013
Our new scope is designed for a wide range of intubation techniques and can be used in a variety of ways. This device has a light attached to the end of a flexible insert that can help to determine issues in a patient suffering from issues with either their throat or the rectum.
This purchase, made possible by your donations, means the community of Hinton now has more equipment to serve you better!
October 15 2013
Patients in Hinton are walking around a little easier, thanks to a new visiting orthopaedic program.
The visiting orthopaedic program, which focuses on musculoskeletal health (bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves), was made possible through a donation of $92,000 from the Hinton Healthcare Foundation.
New Equipment Purchase
July 20 2013
The Visiting Orthopaedic Program, which focuses on musculoskeletal health (bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves), was made possible through a donation of $92,000 from the Hinton Healthcare Foundation.
The donated funds have made it possible for the Hinton Healthcare Centre to purchase specialized trays and arthroscopy instruments that allow the visiting surgeon to perform minimally invasive procedures on joints.
June 13 2013
“The Voice” – Hinton’s locally owned weekly newspaper – has released an article about how well our Hinton Hospital is performing.
The grade is based on three indicators measuring how well patients do after surgery or medical treatment, as reported by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). Follow the link below for the full details!
May 27 2013
Hinton’s hospital has a new orthopaedic program, offering locals specialized treatment for their skeletal and muscular ailments.
For the first time in years, several orthopaedic surgeries were performed at the Hinton Healthcare Centre thanks to donations made to the Hinton Healthcare Foundation.
Read the full article at the Hinton Parklander community newspaper.