CT Scanner at Mission Memorial Hospital

Mission All Together for Healthcare (MATH) and the Fraser Valley Healthcare Foundation are pleased to announce that the funding required to conduct a feasibility study for a CT Scanner at Mission Memorial Hospital has been achieved.

With the completion of this study, we are hopeful we can take the next step toward bringing a CT scanner to Mission Memorial Hospital. All communities in Fraser Health that have CT Scanners have typically fundraised about $1,600,000 to help get theirs, and so we are asking the community of Mission to do the same. 

CT Scanners are an essential diagnostic medical tool. They are critical for emergency care, inpatient hospital care and outpatient diagnosis. Mission Memorial Hospital is the only hospital west of Hope without an on-site CT scanner in Fraser Health.  Hours can be spent trying to access a scan for patients and precious diagnostic time is lost which can be critical to life and death.  We need one urgently.

All contributions, large and small, are needed so the whole community makes this a reality. You are welcome to donate now towards this project. If the CT scanner is not approved, your donation will be used for the greatest need at Mission Memorial Hospital selected in partnership with Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation, MATH and Fraser Health.

If you would like to make a pledge and have your donation collected once the projected is completed, please complete and submit this form. 

For more information on this project, please email us at info@fvhcf.ca

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