In a heartwarming display of gratitude and compassion, an anonymous community member from Beausejour has made a remarkable donation of $10,000 to Beausejour Hospital. This act of generosity not only reflects the spirit of the season but also serves as a testament to the exceptional care provided by the hospital staff.
The anonymous donor, who owes their second chance at life to the dedicated team at Beausejour Hospital, expressed deep appreciation for the care they received. Having been successfully resuscitated at the hospital a couple of years ago, the donor remains profoundly impressed with the ongoing commitment to excellence in patient care.
Despite their wish to remain anonymous, the donor hopes that by sharing their story, it will inspire others who have experienced exceptional care to consider giving back to their local health care facilities.
Dr. Joseph Partyka, Chief Medical Officer at Beausejour Hospital, conveyed sincere gratitude on behalf of the entire hospital team. “All gifts to this hospital are immensely appreciated. This substantial donation will have a significant impact on our ability to provide specialized care, particularly in acquiring rehabilitation equipment for patients recovering from strokes and other mobility-limiting illnesses.”
Bonnie Kibalski, Manager of Health Services at Beausejour, expressed deep humility in response to the generosity of the Interlake-Eastern communities. “Every donation received enables our dedicated team to deliver the highest standard of care to our patients. And we are so grateful.” Kibalski remarked.
The Interlake Eastern Health Foundation is dedicated to advancing the health and well-being of our community through collaboration with stakeholders to foster innovative solutions. To join in supporting our vision of equitable access to care, close to home, please consider making a donation today. For more information, visit www.iehf.ca or contact Averill Stephenson, Executive Director, at (204) 485-5139.
Pictured L – R: Bonnie Kibalski, Manager of Health Services; Averill Stephenson, IEHF Executive Director; Dr. Joseph Partyka, Chief Medical Officer Beausejour Hospital