Premature labour at 25 weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic was a ‘complete shock’
Just 25 weeks into her pregnancy, Wardha Shabbir’s water broke. Following an emergency C-section, baby Ayah, a micro preemie, spent four months in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) — all during a pandemic.
Save the date! The President’s Breakfast is going virtual once again
Join us for the most important fundraising hour of the year! On September 14 from 8 to 9 a.m., hear some of our most inspiring patient stories and help transform the future of care right here in our community.
After experiencing a multitude of strange symptoms, Dan MacMillan received a shocking cancer diagnosis. Following personalized cancer treatment at our hospital, Dan and his wife Jenny Chen are paying it forward to support future patients.
In memory of Sandra Schmirler, Canadian Olympic gold medalist in women’s curling, the Sandra Schmirler Foundation is helping our premature and critically ill babies. It’s this generosity that’s giving our tiniest patients the chance to become future champions.