Omnicell for Trauma Room (Auxiliary)

The Omnicell cabinet is located in the Trauma Room.  This locked cabinet holds lifesaving medication that may be used when a patient is brought to the hospital in a trauma situation.  By having the medication accessible, right in the treatment room, the Physicians and Nurses are able to give their full attention to the patient and not leave the room to get lifesaving medications.  This cabinet costs $35,000 which the North Hastings Hospital Auxiliary generously funded.


Pictured left to right Jean Menard, Fund Development Committee Treasurer, Kim Bishop, Chair, NH Fund Development Committtee, Debbie Speck, Past President NHDH Aux. and Michael Brooks, President, NHDH Aux.




Donation from Kawartha Credit Union

Tammy Davis, Tina Doucet, Kim Bishop, Debbie Speck

November 24, 2017

Cheque presentation by local branch Manager Tina Doucet to the Fund Development Committee.  The photo was taken in front of the Triage area of the hospital, that is presently being renovated.  This renovation is part of our commitment for this year.
We are very thankful to the Kawartha Credit Union for their support to QHC North Hastings.






Donation from Faraday Township

Marg Nicholson,  Kim Bishop, Carl Tinney, Anna Wilson, Dennis Purcell, Tammy Davis

On Oct 4, 2017 Kim Bishop and Tammy Davis of QHC – North Hastings Fund Dev. accepted a $20,000 donation from Faraday Township.

Faraday has been a great supporter of the Bancroft hospital over many years. We truly appreciate Faraday’s commitment to maintaining good quality health care in our area.






Donation from Papineau Lake Assoc.

Kim Bishop, Jean Ménard, Anna Salay, Carey Mollenhauer, Tom Malloy


Carey Mollenhauer, Raffle Committee Chair and Anna Salay, Raffle Committee Member made a presentation in the amount of $1150.00 to Quinte Health Care North Hastings. The funds were raised through a raffle held at the annual regatta on the August long weekend, sponsored by the Papineau Lake Community Association. Appreciation is extended to the many cottagers and local merchants who have supported the raffle fundraiser over the years.

This money will be directed towards this year’s commitments (ultrasound table, Omnicell console for trauma room, renovations to triage and re-processing room). Thank you so much for your continuing support, it is truly appreciated.