An easy peasy lemon squeezy way to help Back the Build

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For most kids, running a lemonade stand means earning a little loose change to spend at the neighbourhood ice cream shop. But that’s not the case for the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation’s youngest volunteer fundraiser. Haimish Hunter is at it again, raising money to help aid the Prince … Read More

Auxiliary Backs the Build with $1M pledge

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For over eighty-five years and in two buildings, the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has supported hospital staff, both financially and by helping patients. Today, the Auxiliary invested in the future, in a place where they will be supporting patients and staff in a new, state-of-the-art building. Members of … Read More

PECMH Auxiliary tops up hospital’s equipment fund

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The Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has once again championed the purchase of priority medical equipment needed at Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. The generosity of the volunteers with the PECMH Auxiliary in donating $138,179.46 during the 2018/19 fiscal year has brought several pieces of medical and supportive equipment … Read More

Bid for the Build will Back the Build for new hospital

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Don’t miss your opportunity to be involved in what will be the most talked about fundraising event of the year. The newly formed Prince Edward County Art Dealers Association (PECADA) and the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation (PECMHF) are partnering to host an evening of inspiring art at Picton’s … Read More

Wellington Pharmacy fills prescription for hospital’s healthy future

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The Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Back the Build Campaign got a healthful boost from a friendly village pharmacy. Christa Smith and Gail Wilson, owners of Wellington’s PharmaChoice Pharmacy stepped forward with a five year, $10,000, pledge to the PECMH Foundation’s fundraising campaign for the new hospital in Prince … Read More

The little businessman with the big heart Backs the Build

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The little businessman with the big heart has shown just how big his heart is. Cecil ‘Smitty’ Smith, owner of Smitty’s Appliances in Corbyville gave back to Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital in a big way after he underwent a routine scope procedure on January 29, 2019. The local businessman … Read More

Local Dairy Producers Back the Build

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Everyone was in a good mooooood Friday when the Prince Edward County Dairy Farmers put their best foot…errr, hoof forward to help Back the Build and support the campaign to bring a new hospital to Prince Edward County. A group of farmers representing the local Dairy Producers and their families, … Read More

Picton Home Hardware Backs the Build

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Picton Home Hardware continues to Back the Build for the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. Home Hardware owners, Adam and Chrissy Busscher present $5,000 to Hospital Foundation representatives on Thursday, November 22. These funds were raised at Home Hardware’s recent customer appreciation evening held on October 25 where 210 … Read More

The PECMH Auxiliary gets the job done

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When it comes to giving Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital a helping hand, the PECM Hospital Auxiliary knows how to get the job done. The volunteer group recently purchased a trauma stretcher from the PECMH Foundation’s equipment list that will soon be used in the Emergency Department. The stretcher cost … Read More

Donor wall update recognizes ongoing support for hospital

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At the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation’s annual donor wall update on October 10, the Foundation was privileged to unveil 176 commemorations. One of the honourees were the citizens of Prince Edward County. The municipality of Prince Edward County was honoured for their cumulative gifts tallying $106,791.50 accelerating them … Read More