Thanks to Berna and Myron Garron’s $50-million gift, Michael Garron Hospital has replaced much of its aging ventilation equipment—literally giving the gift of life to some of our most vulnerable patients.
Our transformational redevelopment project is being built to meet the needs of our community, so it's important to incorporate our community's feedback in its design.
For Juliette Fergus, Michael Garron Hospital is so much a part of the fabric of our East Toronto community that she thinks we’re often close to taking it for granted.
For Jan Allardyce and her son Michael, "remembering to breathe" isn't just good advice in stressful times; it's a reminder of a time when simply just breathing was a struggle.
The bad news? Heart disease is the second-leading cause of death in Canada. The good news? There are many ways to reduce your risk of heart disease—and enjoy a healthier lifestyle.
From the early days of Bud McMorran's involvement with Michael Garron Hospital, he knew there was something special about this place.
Rosanna O'Higgins is grateful to be able to give back to Michael Garron Hospital—a place where she and her family turn to without hesitation when they need excellent healthcare.
While an MRI technically belongs to a hospital, it’s really something that benefits the whole community. So when Berna and Myron Garron chose to direct part of their donation to a new MRI, they made a gift of health to everyone in East Toronto.
Thanks to a revolutionary, donor-funded surgical table, patients who undergo hip replacement surgery at Michael Garron Hospital can look forward to a drastically reduced recovery time.
Rochelle DeClute believes Michael Garron Hospital is not just your average hospital.