As you gather together with friends and family this holiday season and celebrate the magic of Christmas, please consider giving a gift that will not only stay within your community, but benefit those living in it. The Foundation is reaching out to our friends, families, past donors and new supporters to consider donating to the St. Martha’s and You…the Time is NOW campaign. Whether it be a multi-year pledge or a one-time gift, your donation

Sarah MacDonald, SMRH Foundation ED

The Board of the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah MacDonald to the position of Executive Director of the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation. Sarah will begin her new role on October 25, 2018. Prior to this role, Sarah was located at St. Martha’s Regional Hospital where she supported both the Nova

  Saint Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation (SMRHF) is pleased to announce the Sobey Foundation has made a transformative $1 million gift in support of cardiorespiratory care at the Hospital. In recognition of the gift, the cardio and respiratory services will be named Sobey Cardiorespiratory Services.   Frank Sobey, Chair of the Sobey Foundation, along with Joe MacDonald, Past Chair of the SMRHF, and Steve Smith, Chair of

A new palliative care unit at St Martha’s Regional Hospital in Antigonish was officially opened today. The renovation, which began in January, 2018, created a six-bed palliative care unit. Click here to read the full press release See video here:

Happy Nurses Week

Oncology News

  We are fortunate to have a collaborative oncology, palliative care team at St. Martha’s Regional Hospital. Working together, they have recognized an issue, did a study that corrected the issue, and are developing the study into a research project that may change communication strategies in cancer care throughout Nova Scotia. The fourth floor of St. Martha’s Regional Hospital is a special place. The Community Based

Palliative Care Unit Announced

  CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON A NEW PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT AT ST MARTHA’S REGIONAL HOSPITAL   Nova Scotia Health Authority has approved the establishment of a new palliative care inpatient unit at St Martha’s Regional Hospital in Antigonish. Tate Construction has been awarded the contract and renovations to create the new unit will begin in January, 2018.   “This unit will fulfill a

Fall Newsletter 2017