CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Renewal Campaign

To make your donation today, please click here or call 519.436.2538.

With your help, the CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Renewal Campaign will raise $6.9 million to support CKHA in the purchase of new equipment for the Diagnostic Imaging Department, including:

  • A new CT Scan
  • 13 new Ultrasound Machines
  • A new Fluoroscopy System
  • A new CT SPECT Scanner
  • A new Mammography Machine
  • A new Bone Densitometer – COMPLETE!  Installed Spring 2016

These eighteen important pieces of equipment serve numerous programs throughout CKHA and are key for diagnoses in a multitude of cases, including heart, stroke, cancer, orthopaedics, rehabilitation, obstetrics and gynecology.

The need to replace this diagnostic imaging equipment is an urgent priority for CKHA as each piece is quickly reaching ‘end of life’. By replacing this equipment now, CKHA will not only be able to provide better, more efficient care, but will also be able to retain and attract the high caliber of physicians and healthcare professionals needed at our local hospitals.

Even though this equipment is considered essential for care at CKHA, as with all capital equipment needs at our local hospitals, the purchase is not supported through government funding.


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L-R, Campaign Co-Chair Dave Depencier (Depencier Builders), Foundation of CKHA Director of Development Candice Jeffrey, Campaign Honourary Chair Andy Fantuz (CFL Player), and Campaign Co-Chair Greg Hetherington (99.1 CKXS General Manager and Radio Personality)

To date, more than $4.6 million has been raised for this important campaign.
Your help is needed to reach of fundraising goal and bring this state-of-the-art equipment to our community!

Please consider giving generously to the CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Renewal Campaign!  

To make your donation, click here or call 519.436.2538.

Thank you for your support!


For more information on the CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Renewal Campaign, click here to download the campaign brochure.