Mission Memorial Hospital

Opened in 1965, Mission Memorial Hospital is a community hospital that provides primary acute care services, including an Emergency Room that operates 24 hours a day/7 days a week, and Inpatient Medical Unit and Ambulatory Day Care, as well as laboratory and medical imaging services, four outpatient clinics and a Patient Assessment and Transition to Home unit, which eases congestion at neighbouring hospitals.

The hospital is also home to the 10-bed Christine Morrison Hospice Residence and the Community Health Centre, which houses Home Health, Mental Health and Public Health programs. 

Current Projects

Medical Imaging

CT Scanner $300,000.00 remaining to complete project.
CT Scanners are an essential diagnostic medical tool. They are critical for emergency care, inpatient hospital care and outpatient diagnosis.
During the years 2019 and 2020, 7,422 CT scans were performed at Fraser Health hospitals for residents in Mission and the surrounding area.
The addition of a CT scanner at MMH will reduce wait times at Abbotsford Regional Hospital (ARH) in the medium term. Residents of Mission will have better access to highly effective diagnostic imaging that will help improve the services people count on, closer to home in the community they live in.

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Ambulatory Daycare

Argon Electrosurgical Cauterizing Machine $50,000

Public Health

Breastfeeding Chair $1,000