Abbotsford Regional Hospital

Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre is a 295-bed health care facility that houses the acute care Abbotsford Regional Hospital (ARH) operated by Fraser Health, and the regional cancer facility operated by the BC Cancer Agency.

The ARH Emergency Department (ED) sees over 44,000 patients annually, and is in particular need of support.  Items requested include booms, which are adjustable equipment on “arms” that are easy to maneuver around a patient’s bedside, and provides access to medical gases, electrical outlets, IV cords and monitors.  Other items like stretchers, defibrillators, diagnostic ECG carts and portable ultrasounds are also much needed.

2020 / 2021 Projects

Emergency Department Expansion - Trauma Bays

Booms with monitors (2) $200,000 each
Supply storage $24,000
Defibrillator $15,000
Glidescope $8,000
Blanketrol $25,000
Blanket Warmer $8,000
Lead Screens $10,000
Pyxis & Fridge $110,000
Stretchers $18,000

Emergency Department Expansion - Cardiac Intake Space

ECG Carts $20,000
Stretchers (2) $9,000 each
Cardiac Monitors & Central Station $15,000

Emergency Department Expansion

Stretchers (10) $9,000 each
Cardiac Monitors and Central Station (10) $15,000 each
Central Monitoring Station $30,000
Central Pyxis Medication Unit and Fridge $110,000
Bladder Ultrasound $20,000
Portable Ultrasound $30,000
Triage Area $56,000
– Fridge and Ice Machine
– Monitors
– Stretcher
– Vital Sign Monitor
– Storage
Defibrillator $15,000
Decontamination Stretcher and Storage $21,000
Macerator $9,000
Stretcher Chair for Lab and ECG $9,000

Medical Imaging

Ultrasound machine $175,000
Echocardiogram machine (2) $125,000 each

Cottage and Worthington Pavilions

Bed with mattress (20) $110,000


Halo Sleep Sacks
Bouncy Seats
Rattles / Infant Toys (NEW)
Lullaby CD’s


Portable / personal DVD players
Stereos to play music
Audio books