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The new Markham Stouffville Hospital is a truly unique health and wellness campus with expanded and improved programs and services, including emergency, diagnostic imaging, mental health and oncology. Our skilled team of health-care professionals are delivering high quality care with the most state-of-the-art equipment available.

This would not be possible without the dedicated support of people like you. Please take some time to enjoy the stories and accomplishments noted in our latest magazine edition. Government can’t fund all of our hospital’s needs – which is why your support is so vital.

Seen Supporting Your Hospital

 
Markham Radiologists Signage Unveiling
Thank you to the Radiologists at Markham Stouffville Hospital for your generous support - donating $250,000 towards our expansion.

Pictured here are Dr. Sundeep Toor, Dr. Michael McLennan, Dr. James Meindok, Dr. Mitesh Mehta, Dr. Carlos de Sequeira, Dr. Michale Steirman, and Dr. Julio Kan with the newly unveiled signage that will be placed in the hospital to recognize their generosity.

Stouffville Pharmasave Customer Appreciation BBQ
Thank you Nayan and the Stouffville Pharmasave Team for your support of Markham Stouffville Hospital through your annual Customer Appreciation BBQ!

WSP Employee BBQ
Thank you to the employees of WSP in Markham for raising $800 at their annual Employee BBQ, benefiting Markham Stouffville Hospital.

Lions Community Walk/Run for Happiness
On Sunday, September 28 community members came together to participate in the Lions Community Walk/Run for Hapiness, benefiting Mental Health Services at Markham Stouffville Hospital.

Thank you to the organizers and participants for your support!

BMO Charity BBQ Cheque Presentation
BMO Unionville held their first annual Charity BBQ in June to benefit Markham Stouffville Hospital, raising $753.17. Thank you for support!

Tracey Rubinoff Foundation Unveiling
Tracey Rubinoff Foundation recently celebrated its $500,000 contribution to Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation’s Expansion Campaign by officially unveiling the signage for the Tracey Rubinoff Paediatric Diabetes Clinic.

“It is a pleasure to name Markham Stouffville Hospital’s Tracey Rubinoff Paediatric Diabetes Clinic in honour of such an inspirational lady and your dedication and commitment to establishing her legacy by enhancing the lives of children and adolescents living with diabetes,” says Janet Beed, President & CEO, Markham Stouffville Hospital.

It truly was a special occasion as a large gathering of family members, friends and Foundation supporters - including MSH’s Paediatric Diabetes Clinic founder Dr. Robert Ehrlich - witnessed Tracey’s husband Fred Rubinoff and their sons Jesse and Spencer officially unveil the signage bearing the name of their wife and mother.

“It’s been ten and a half years since Tracey’s been gone”, said Fred Rubinoff, “and while we miss her every day, I can say without hesitation that she would be so honoured and humbled to have such a wonderful facility named after her.”

Jaffna Hindu College Association of Canada Walk a Thon
Thank you to Jaffna Hindu College Association of Canada for holding their 2014 Walk a Thon on August 31 to benefit Markham Stouffville Hospital’s Breast Health Centre and Chemotherapy Clinic.