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Advancing Ambulatory Surgical Care

With the generous support of over 2,700 donors from across Canada, our hospital's ambulatory care is undergoing a significant revitalization. The J.T. Clark Family Foundation Inc., alongside other major donors, Horizon hospital employees, and the broader community, raised an impressive $12 million for the Clinic 1 Expansion Campaign.

Under the project, Clinic 1 will be renamed as The J.T. Clark Family Foundation Ambulatory Clinic, undergoing a comprehensive renovation to transform a 7,000 square-foot area into a spacious 14,700 square-foot facility. This donor-backed expansion, designed by Steen Knorr Architecture Incorporated, aims to enhance accessibility, privacy, and patient comfort while remaining adaptable to future healthcare requirements.

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The expansion will include the Mohs Micrographic Surgery Clinic, IV Day Clinic, Casting Clinic, four procedure rooms and eighteen exam rooms. It is expected to begin serving patients in spring/summer 2024.


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I think the renovated clinic is going to offer a lot to patients. It’s going to make for a better experience, a more comfortable experience. I have patients with me for hours and this will enable me to offer better patient care. It will also allow me a chance to collaborate on a regular basis with other doctors, like plastic surgeons.

Dr. Robert Hayes, Dermatologist

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Donor generosity helped the Foundation close it’s most ambitious campaign to date, raising $12M to expand and renovate Clinic 1.