With your support, we’re dedicated to funding health projects that make breakthroughs possible for the thousands of people who rely on our health system every day. Our unique opportunity to work with all four Calgary adult acute care hospitals, numerous community health centres and programs, and 12 long-term care facilities gives us a 360 degree perspective on important health issues impacting our community. It’s why we’re focused on care, wellness and research.Support a Campaign
When faced with an urgent health care need, there is nothing more important. Health care providers are on the frontlines of our fight for the best possible outcomes in these life-changing moments – like they were for Maya’s family. By investing in new technologies, equipment and enhanced facilities, we help ensure frontline staff have the necessary tools to give all patients a fighting chance.Discover Maya’s Story
Our health is pivotal to the things we enjoy most – time with family, enjoying the great outdoors, travel and meeting new friends. Our donors passionately believe that investments in wellness lead to a healthier community. When something feels like it could take you away from the people and things you love, like Yalda facing postpartum depression, let’s ensure support is available.Experience Yalda’s Story
Through research, we can change statistics and improve health outcomes for our community. As the incredible story of the McTavish family’s NICU experience demonstrates, every positive outcome is the direct result of countless hours of research. Together, we can work to support clinical research that directly addresses our community’s health issues.Read About the McTavish Family
Our relentless mission is shared by a community of generous supporters who have raised over $506 million to advance health outcomes. Together, we continue to transform lives by establishing extraordinary health programs — early stroke intervention, a world class urology clinic and brain institute, limb preservation and advanced trauma centres. Join us!
Serving southwest Calgary, Rockyview General Hospital (RGH) provides the community with a range of traditional hospital services and specialities including ophthalmology & urology. The site is also provides specialized assessment, diagnosis and treatment for health concerns specific to older adults.
Foothills Medical Centre (FMC), located in northwest Calgary, is Alberta’s largest hospital and is one of the largest hospital sites in Canada. This world-class facility includes a trauma centre and many specialized services for all of Western Canada like cardiac care, stroke, neurology and neonatal intensive care.
The Peter Lougheed Centre (PLC), which opened in the city’s northeast in 1988, is the only Calgary hospital with direct access to a train line. The hospital has one of the busiest emergency departments Calgary Zone. It is Alberta’s Centre of Excellence for hematology, respiratory, vascular surgery and addictions and mental health.
South Health Campus (SHC), which first opened its doors in 2012, serves the growing communities in Calgary’s south and surrounding areas. Four Foundational Pillars guide every facet of its operation: collaboration, innovation, wellness and patient and family centered care. Most recently, the hospital opened a nine bed pediatric emergency space to meet the unique needs of their pediatrics patients.
As Calgary’s largest long-term care provider, Carewest operates 12 locations aimed at helping people live more independent lives. The spectrum of care is vast and supports adults at all ages including long-term care, rehabilitation and recovery services. Creating welcoming home-like environments for those living in long-term care has proven to enhance the quality of life of residents.
Calgary’s community health programs and Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre are removing barriers and challenging the status quo in areas like the care of seniors and our aging population, improving health care access for high-risk populations and promoting preventative care strategies for those living in the community.
When it comes to making a difference in the health of Albertans, every little bit has the potential to make a big impact – and it’s never been easier.