- Acute Care/ER
- Long Term Care
- Palliative Care (Hospital)
- Current Campaign
- Greatest Needs
|To provide the Sundre Hospital with equipment and staff training opportunities.
||Hospital management and staff identify local needs for specialized training, and to replace existing or purchase new equipment.
||Joanne Overguard Memorial Fund for the new Sundre Hospital.
||Raising funds to be used to supplement the new hospital when provincial funding becomes available for a new build.
|RECRUITMENT & RETENTION
||To provide funds for the Sundre Health Professional Attraction and Retention Committee (SHPARC) to carry out recruitment and retention activities for health care professionals.
||A need to encourage health professionals to come to Sundre, and those already working in Sundre, to feel appreciated, to engage in the life of the community, and to wish to remain here.
||To promote healthy programs outside of the hospital environment.
||Community based health care is bigger than a hospital and can include various activities that contribute to over all health.
||To provide funds to help cover continuing education.
||Nurses must take many mandatory courses to maintain and improve skills. Some are expensive, require travel, and are not covered by AHS.
||To provide funds to local students actively enrolled in a health care field with a rural focus.
||Rural students are typically at a disadvantage when seeking secondary education. Two scholarships currently offered to local students.
- Health Careers Scholarship
- Joanne Overguard Memorial Nursing
|HOSPITAL FUTURES FUND
||To provide funds to promote the concept of a new hospital locally and provincially, and some hospital equipment if it can be moved to a new facility.
||This is a General Fund used to assist the Committee accomplish its vision. Central Zone has identified our hospital as a priority, and it has been added to the Alberta Infrastructure 20-year list.