Give. Because

You Care. 

  Be Kind, Be Calm, Be Safe – Dr.Bonnie Henry

 Now more than ever, we are aware of the immense need for healthcare, across the globe, our country, Province and communities.  Your support will ensure that physicians, nurses and other key members of your healthcare team have the equipment and resources they need to through this crisis and afterwards. 

Thank you, Take Care of each other.

 Keltie , Stacey & Bobbi

~ Together, we can ensure quality health care, close to home ~

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Equipment Needs

Your children were born here, a grandparent lives here and your friend’s life was saved here. We understand that often we forget the impact health care has on our lives unless we are at the center of a crisis.

Our Campbell River Hospital touches the lives of more than

people in our community and the North Island.

There are nearly

babies born in our hospital each year.

Each year, our hospital performs over

x-rays and


On average, there are more than

ultrasounds performed each day, that is more than

each year.

Our hospital has one of the most efficient ICU’s in the Province. In 2018 alone, our ICU had more than

ventilator hours.

Our Current Top Priorities

Hospital equipment is advancing rapidly with new technology making it easier to diagnose and treat diseases and disorders. The Campbell River Hospital Foundation is raising money to purchase the equipment our doctors have identified as most urgent. Some items are new and some are replacement items for old and outdated equipment. Every single piece of equipment on our wish list is vital to our hospital’s ability to offer you and those you love the very best treatment and care.

Help us Fund our 2020 Wishlist

Vein Viewer

Uses infrared light to find and map out veins 10 to 15mm deep. This equipment has real-time image, with an approximate 98% accuracy for assessing actual vein size.

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Because it is mobile and easily maneuverable it can be adjusted according to the position of the patient, while leaving the clinicians hands free to perform the procedure. It improves first attempt success rates for IV and lab tests, prevents delaying patient care and staff resources.


This Machine measures mom's contractions and the baby's heart rate in utero. With the Telemetry system, moms are able to get up and walk during labour and a battery pack allows quick monitoring in an urgent situation that is not dependant on the physical layout of the patient room or OR.

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 With the instance of caring for moms and babies during Covid-19, when a mom is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 and must deliver by cesarian, they are moved to a Negative Pressure Operating Room, this room is not equipped with hookups for this equipment.  Therefore due to the battery pack , mom and baby are continuously monitored throughout the move and the medical procedure. 



Wireless and security midules for digital and mibile portable x-ray machines. Will allow for instant access and transfer of x-rays from patient bedside (i.e. Emergency, ICU) to physician/radiologist for review.

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Our Events

Many caring and dedicated businesses and individuals support the Campbell River Hospital Foundation every year through a variety of fundraising efforts.

From Gala evenings, Golf Tournaments, Auctions, Walk-a-Thons and Picnics, no event is too big or too small. Events on our behalf raise thousands of dollars each year to support quality healthcare at our Hospital.


Trivia Night – February

Trivia night is a fun-filled FUN-draiser for the Campbell River Hospital Foundation and has raised more than $213,000 to support vital equipment purchases that support quality health care for Campbell River and the North Island.

Because You Care Lottery – Spring

Are you ready for your next travel adventure? There are only 2,750 tickets, at $40 each or sets of 3 for only $100, and can be purchased online and with various retailers.

Scrap Metal Challenge – June

Our purpose is simple: to raise money while fostering a little bit of competition within the business community, and help local residents clean up their own scrap metal for a good cause. Since the challenge has begun, over $97,000 has been raised for the purchase of medical equipment for the hospital.

Golf. Because You Care. – September

Since 1996, our tournaments have raised over $350,000 for the Campbell River Hospital, thanks to the tremendous support provided by community sponsors. We hope that you will consider supporting this year’s event, and join us in supporting quality health care for Campbell River and North Vancouver Island.

How you can help


The generosity of donors allows us to stay on the leading edge of medical technology and treatment to provide the best possible patient care.

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Planned Giving

Leave a legacy of your own that will benefit the health of our community for generations to come.

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Caring Spirit

This program allows patients, relatives or friends to express their gratitude to the people who were there when they needed them most.

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Well Wishes

Well Wishes provides family and friends convenient access to patients/residents at the Hospital by sending them e-mail messages.

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Volunteers are the backbone of our fundraising efforts. Join an incredible group of volunteers who provide their time, energy with various projects.

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The TB Vets Charitable Foundation donated $55,000 to the Campbell River Hospital Foundation (CRHF) for a Vyntus Body Box for the Respiratory Therapy Department at Campbell River Hospital.

The Body Box is used with home oxygen assessments, disease diagnosis, surgical and treatment plans, including the monitoring of lung transplant candidates as well as post-transplant monitoring. More than 1800 patients and 3000 diagnostic tests are performed with the Body Box annually at our hospital. Of these patients, approximately 40 are children, the typical testing with children includes pre and post spirometry, this is a screen tool to determine if the patient has reactive airways or asthma. This vital, state of the art equipment will allow the Respiratory Therapy Department to perform tests quicker, with better accuracy and less downtime through the improvements in technology.

Since 1946, TB Vets has been supporting the frontlines of respiratory care in British Columbia.
From the battlefields of World War II to fighting respiratory illnesses upon their return, BC Veterans embraced the meaning of compassion. They took a holistic approach with their vision of serving disabled and inflicted Veterans, giving meaningful employment while providing a community service to British Columbians.

Through the creation of the TB Vets Key Tag program and the subsequent TB Vets Charitable Foundation, Veterans and the disabled manufactured key tags and offered them as a free community service. Over time as donations from the key tags grew, Veterans reached further out into the community, and began supporting research, education and support programs for respiratory health.

Photo: Craig McDermid, Respiratory Therapist; Stacey Marsh, CRHF
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Thank you to everyone who donated to our 1st annual Radiothon! We raised just over $6,700!!!

We had a wonderful day with Matt Morris at the Raven FM 100.7, raising money for medical equipment and staff education.
Mowi Canada West Coastal Community Credit Union Thrifty Foods, Associated Tire and Auto, Bill Howich Chrysler RV & Marine, Dodd's Furniture and Mattress, Thunderbird RV Park & Cottage Resort, Interfor, Marine Link Tours, The GasMan.
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Come on out and support the Quest 4 Cystic Fibrosis event - it will be lots of fun.
It is hard to fundraise for these events during COVID , so we are joining in on the fun this weekend!

It is a vehicle scavenger hunt - very family friendly and Covid safe. It takes place this Sunday, Oct. 18th from 1 to 4 pm - there are 10 locations to visit - Dress in Halloween costumes - prepare to have fun. At each stop you will get a clue for the next location . You can register for $60 at There has been a lot of thought and effort that has gone into this fundraiser but we need families to participate. There are some great treats for the kids; $10 Tim Hortons card; $10 Thrifty Foods Smile card and much more. Plus your team name will be entered in draw to win some great prizes - and outdoor gas firepit; smoker; and more. A great way to celebrate Halloween and support Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Sadly we have lost a lot of funds this year because of having to cancel events - this is a way to help make up a little of our loss. Register today - help us help people with cystic fibrosis.
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Telephone: 250-286-7164

Toll Free: 855-550-2418

375 - 2nd Avenue,
Campbell River, B.C.
Canada V9W 3V1

Office Hours:
Monday to Friday
9:00am to 4:00pm