Milestones, formerly Benchmarks, tells the stories of your donations and the lasting impact your generosity has on medical research, advanced training and day-to-day patient care at Royal University Hospital.
The newsletter is published three times a year, and while there are many stories in each issue, the highlights are noted here:
- December 2017: Preparing for New Era in Adult Emergency Care; Gratitude for Life Saved 10 Times; Police Officers’ Gift Benefits Mental Health Care
- September 2017: RUH Gearing up for New Adult ER; Family Lauds Lifesaving Efforts; Gratitude is a GIFT Worth Celebrating at RUH
- March 2017: O-Arm brings Game-Changing NEWE.R. Equipment to RUH; Fellowship Training: An Investment in Hands, Hearts and Minds; Retired RUH Employees Give Back
Past issues of the newsletter are available by contacting the Foundation office at 306.655.1984.
Osborn Family gift a $100,000 boost to RUH’s new Adult E.R.Nov 27, 2017
Saving lives is a daunting task. Sheila Osborn along with her son Doug and his wife Irene and their family want to make it less so for the Emergency Department teams at Royal University Hospital. The Osborns have generously donated $100,000 to The GREATE.R. Campaign in support of the Hospital’s new Adult Emergency Department currently under construction and to be completed in 2019.Read More »
Temporary Mental Health Assessment Unit Approved for the Royal University HospitalOct 18, 2017
People needing urgent mental health care in Saskatoon will soon have access to a new unit while being assessed at the Royal University Hospital (RUH) ER. The Saskatoon Health Region is establishing a temporary mental health assessment unit in Saskatoon. This unit will be renovated with a generous $1 million donation from the Dubé family through the Royal University Hospital Foundation.Read More »
New Cameco Chair to Improve Indigenous Health OutcomesSep 27, 2017
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has appointed its first research chair in Indigenous health. As the inaugural Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health, Dr. Alexandra King is set to lead work to improve Indigenous health care in Saskatchewan. Cameco led the way with a forward-looking donation of $1.5 million in 2006 that was instrumental in creating the chair.Read More »
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