Wiarton and Lion’s Head Hospitals are staffed with 150 skilled health care professionals and volunteers – but they couldn’t provide the compassionate care they do without our help. There is very little government funding for medical equipment, meaning the quality of health care at our Peninsula hospitals depends on a generous community.
Bruce Peninsula Hospitals Foundation raises funds for medical equipment, facility upgrades and clinical training to empower nurses, doctors and technical staff to offer the best care possible.
Lion’s Head and Wiarton Hospitals are two of six operating as Grey Bruce Health Services (GBHS). Residents and visitors to the Peninsula are offered a wide range of clinical services in addition to 24/7 Emergency care.
Lion’s Head Hospital Wiarton Hospital
- 5,066 ER visits 13,674 ER visits
- 50 average age of ER patient 47 average age of ER patient
- 3,407 Radiology procedures 7,177 Radiology procedures
- 31,145 Lab tests 597,538 Lab Tests
- 1,401 Inpatient Care days 7,828 Inpatient care days
You don’t need to be “wealthy” to make a difference. Your legacy will touch the lives of thousands of patients who live, work and play on the Bruce. To each one, your gift means faster, more accurate diagnosis, less invasive procedures, increased safety, less pain and quicker recovery. Best of all – a faster return home and to regular activities.