Supporting Saskatoon's Hospitals

SASKATOON CITY HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

The 12 operating room theatres at Saskatoon City Hospital are very busy. Every year, they see more than 12,000 cases. That’s 50 surgical procedures every working day! With the province’s population growing, numbers will only get higher.

That’s why it’s important to ensure equipment used in the O.R. is the safest, the newest, and the latest. Your support of Hospital Home Lottery will help purchase $3.7 million in equipment for surgeries at Saskatoon City Hospital.

Your purchase helps a man have his vision restored, a grandma get a new hip, or a young mom undergo a lumpectomy for removal of a tumour. You’re helping people see better, walk better, and live better.

ROYAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

Our surgeons have the knowledge. Now they need new operating rooms and equipment to show what knowledge can really do.

The surgeons at Royal University Hospital are driven to make the lives of their patients better and we are committed to raise $20 million to replace the 40-year-old operating rooms and provide the newest technology to ensure they are able to do so.

ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

Imagine you are on dialysis; four hours a day, four days a week, every week. You pray for a kidney donor, but not just any donor. You pray for a donor with the best possible match. Now suppose your prayers are answered. The most precious gift has been given. Your medical team needs fast, complete, accurate information to ensure your transplant is successful.

That information will come from the St. Paul’s Hospital laboratory using equipment purchased through proceeds from Hospital Home Lottery tickets. The team will use a Nano Sequencer that allows medical specialists to mix the perfect blend of anti rejection medications. They will also use a Cell Imaging Analysis System; a blood sample scanner that sends images to specialists anywhere in the world for instant consultation.

Your lottery ticket purchase will help health care team to do everything humanly possible to ensure transplants are successful. We thank you.