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Transforming
Tomorrow

Transformative diagnostic technology and care.

Transformative diagnostic technology and care. It’s time.

At St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital Foundation, our healthcare teams are committed to providing the best in patient experience and care, made possible every day by our generous donors. We now have the opportunity to further bridge gaps and reduce healthcare disparities in our community through provincial investment in the highest level of Diagnostic Imaging. But government funding only takes us so far.

That is why we’ve launched the $8 million Transforming Tomorrow diagnostic imaging campaign which will enhance and expand STEGH’s entire Diagnostic Imaging Department to improve patient accessibility and navigability, and bring long-awaited MRI technology and associated care closer to home.

Thank you to the FDC Foundation who has stepped forward with an unprecedented sense of generosity with a pledge to match every gift made up to $1 million. This means every gift made will have double the impact.

Be a part of our community’s healthcare transformation. The time is now.

Make a Gift

Better diagnoses for complex conditions, closer to home.

Not only will your gift bring an MRI to our community, but it will also support the enhancement and expansion of the entire diagnostic imaging suite, including improvements for nuclear medicine, CT, x-ray and ultrasound. That means better care for everything from ligament and tendon injuries, to brain and spinal cord injuries, to tumors, including cancer.  This care can be available just around the corner, not in the next city over, with less travel and less waiting.

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Total Raised

For you, for us, for everyone across St. Thomas and Elgin County

$6,421,150

$8,000,000 fundraising goal

Thank you to the FDC Foundation who has stepped forward with an unprecedented sense of generosity with a pledge to match every gift made up to $1 million. This means every gift made will have double the impact.

Help Us Reach Our Goal

Community support

From Rodney to Staffordville, to communities along Highway 3, and everywhere in between, this campaign is for all of us, and everyone we love.

We’re grateful to our amazing supporters who have already given in support of Transforming Tomorrow.

Aylmer Community Foundation volunteers holding $10,000 presentation cheque
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Bottoni Project volunteers holding $3,100 presentation cheque
St. Thomas Railway City Rotary Club holding presentation cheque for $30,000
Salus Insurance representative and STEGH President holding $100,000 presentation cheque
St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital Auxilary members wearing red holding $500,000 presentation cheque
Transforming Tomorrow volunteers bringing transformative diagnostic care home
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With the enhancements to our entire diagnostic imaging suite at STEGH, we will not only be able to provide an improved patient experience, but we’ll be able to make clearer, more effective diagnoses, more quickly, which will mean better treatment and more positive outcomes for our patients.
-  Dr. Stefan Potoczny, Department Chief
Diagnostic Imaging
St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital
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Upcoming events

August 17, 2024

Bottoni Ride

A motorcycle ride to raise money and awareness for male breast cancer while supporting Transforming Tomorrow campaign.

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Mary Lou Crowley, President & CEO, STEGH Foundation
The Fundraising Frontlines with Mary Lou

The Urgency of Enhanced Imaging for St. Thomas-Elgin County

Welcome to the first post in our new blog series about the power of philanthropy to transform health care in St Thomas and Elgin County. You care about our community and our hospital and that’s why we’ve started this series - to connect with as many people as possible about what’s important: ensuring access to essential, life-saving care and equipment, and excellence in patient care.

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Help us bring better diagnostic technology and care to St. Thomas and Elgin County.