Advancing Ambulatory Care
The busiest spot in our hospital is being transformed, thanks to you.
Over 2,700 donors from across Canada gave generously to help revitalize ambulatory care at our hospital. The Foundation received overwhelming support from our lead donor, the J.T. Clark Family Foundation Inc., and other major donors, Horizon hospital employees, and the community at large raising $12 million for the Clinic 1 Expansion Campaign.
Clinic 1, to be named The J.T. Clark Family Foundation Ambulatory Clinic, is undergoing an extensive renovation and retrofit, creating a new experience for the community. The donor-funded expansion will bring to life the vision of Steen Knorr Architecture Incorporated transforming a 7,000 square-foot space into 14,700 square feet, improving accessibility, privacy and patient comfort while also being flexible to adapt to future healthcare needs.
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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.
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
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CAMPAIGN FOR THE CLINIC 1 EXPANSION
Donor generosity helped the Foundation close it’s most ambitious campaign to date, raising $12M to expand and renovate Clinic 1.
The Saint John Regional Hospital receives $1 million gift
The J.T Clark Family Foundation's gift completes funding for the Clinic 1 Expansion capital campaign.