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About The Foundation
The Meaford Hospital Foundation was established to raise, receive, and manage money for the purpose of purchasing capital equipment and building improvements at the Meaford Hospital. This funding role is critical to the hospital’s viability since the government provides few funds for capital purchases. Funds are derived from a variety of sources including gifts from individuals, clubs, associations and businesses; bequests; memorials; mail campaign and investment interest. Funds are raised for equipment at The Meaford Hospital as well as regionally at our Owen Sound hospital.
The Foundation is governed by an elected Board of Directors, all of whom are community volunteers. Please click on the Board of Directors tab to get to know our board.
The legal name of the Foundation is Meaford Hospital Foundation.
Charitable registration #11903 6408 RR0001
How to Contact Us
The Meaford Hospital was built in 1952 and expanded in 1995. In 1998 the Meaford Hospital joined with hospitals in Markdale, Owen Sound, Southampton, Lion’s Head and Wiarton to form the Grey Bruce Health Services (GBHS). All sites are active components and play a vital role in providing local health care. The Meaford Hospital site continues to develop its rich history as a highly respected hospital.
The Meaford Hospital is a community hospital with:
As a community hospital the main focus for Meaford Hospital is to provide primary care to people in the surrounding area. Most secondary care medical service is provided at Owen Sound for residents of Grey and Bruce Counties.
It should be noted that: