Our clinicians, scientists and health teams come to us with the latest in medical ingenuity. Our fierce community of donors stops at nothing to bring it to life.
To revolutionize patient care. To transform training and education of tomorrow’s health-care leaders. To propel breakthroughs in medical research that otherwise would not see the light of day. To build the smartest, the most sophisticated, the most technologically advanced spaces.
We are world leaders in multiple sclerosis, pioneers in complex cardiac care and top in North America for ophthalmology. We are Canada’s premier trauma hospital. Our neurology department is the country’s largest and performs the most brain aneurysm and brain tumour procedures. We are at the forefront of minimally invasive surgery and we have the largest cystic fibrosis clinic on the continent. We are internationally renowned for our work in infectious diseases and diabetes. And, we have the only centre in the world where some of the best minds in medicine use hard science to interrupt the health effects of urban poverty.
And when it comes to our research, St. Michael’s Hospital is home to more than 1,000 researchers, scientists, technicians and students who work day in and day out to do what was once unimaginable: Stop the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Put an end to HIV. Use artificial intelligence to diagnose emergencies within minutes. Use a black box to transform surgical safety. Influence health policy for the marginalized. Change treatment protocols for cystic fibrosis, multiple sclerosis and kidney transplant patients. It’s no wonder we are the number one choice for medical students, year after year.
Put simply, our health-care teams stop at nothing when it comes to tackling some of the world’s toughest health challenges.
They succeed because our donors are passionate ambassadors of St. Michael’s Hospital. Because our donors are relentless in their drive to support cutting-edge research, to get things done and to make progress possible. Because our donors dare to envision a future where “can’t” and “won’t” are simply not in the St. Michael’s vocabulary.