The Montreal General Hospital Foundation, as a founding partner of the McGill University Health Centre, exists to foster excellence in patient care, teaching and research, primarily at The Montreal General Hospital. The Foundation raises funds which are applied to the priority needs of the Hospital and its patients, in accordance with the wishes of donors.
About THE MONTREAL GENERAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
The Montreal General Hospital Foundation is a founding partner of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC). Its primary function is to raise funds for advancement and ongoing development of Montreal General Hospital services and facilities. Thanks to its generous donors, the Foundation can support advances in patient care, teaching and research.
Over its 186 year history and with leading support from the community, the MGH has developed into one of the leading healthcare institutions in the country. Today, the Montreal General is a McGill University Teaching Hospital, one of only 2 Quebec Government designated Level 1 Trauma Centres and also Comprehensive-Care Cancer Centre.
Current projects include reconstruction of Gastroenterology Division, renovation of Palliative Care, construction of new Cardiac ICU and new Mental Health Inpatient facilities. Nearly $90 million has been invested by the MGH Foundation in the Hospital over the last 6 years.