Personal Protective Equipment Needed

At Joseph Brant Hospital we are committed to exemplary health care. We are focused on clinical
excellence, quality and patient safety through Compassionate Care, Exemplary Service, Every Time.

As the impacts of COVID-19 continue to unfold, keeping our patients, families, physicians and
employees and the entire Burlington community safe is our top priority during this pandemic.

We are asking for your assistance, in this global time of need, in supporting the Burlington
community and its Hospital staff in delivering exemplary health care. We are hoping your business
may want to redirect Personal Protective Equipment to support Joseph Brant Hospital’s commitment in
providing the right care at the right time to our patients during this pandemic.

A detailed listing of Personal Protective Equipment that the Hospital is seeking and utilizes in this
pandemic is available here. All donations must be unused, in original, unopened packaging, and not
expired or damaged in any way.

Please contact us at coviddonations@josephbranthospital.ca or call us at 905-632-3730 ext. 1314.
Thank you for your leadership and support during these unprecedented times.

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Our commitment to our community during COVID-19

I am reaching out today to provide an update on how Joseph Brant Hospital and the Foundation are responding to the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

We remain steadfast in our commitment to the health and safety of our staff, donors and partners and are closely following the advice of public health authorities.

Joseph Brant Hospital enacted an Emergency Operations Centre which meets daily to review our response and make adjustments as required in our rapidly changing environment. In addition, Joseph Brant Hospital has opened a COVID-19 Assessment & Testing Clinic. Clinic services are offered only through referral from Public Health.

The Hospital leadership is working closely with regional and provincial health partners to monitor the situation, assess ongoing risk and keep our community informed.

In an effort to keep our physicians, staff and patients safe, all staff and visitors coming to our hospital are now being actively screened for symptoms at dedicated entrances. Patients and visitors are asked to enter through the Main Entrance on Lakeshore Road.

For more information about the Hospital’s response, please visit the Joseph Brant Hospital COVID-19 website

An Update from the Foundation
As the current situation continues to evolve, I want to assure you that our commitment to you, our donors, remains unchanged. Your support of our hospital and our healthcare workers has been unwavering and we want to share our gratitude and appreciation.

Joseph Brant Hospital is a place where life’s most important moments happen. And it is these moments that join us together to make a difference for our community.

In response to the public health advisories, the Foundation has limited staff on-site as we practice social distancing. A majority of staff will be working remotely as of March 18, and remain available by email and / or phone.  For any inquiries please email or call our Foundation Leadership Team and we will respond within 24 hours.

Anissa Hilborn
President
ahilborn@josephbranthospital.ca
416-670-9809

Ashley Davidson
Chief Development Officer
ashley.davidson@josephbranthospital.ca
905-220-1710

Rose Ryan
Chief Financial Officer
rryan@josephbranthospital.ca
289-442-2118

Kevin Klein
Chief Communications & Stewardship Officer
kklein@josephbranthospital.ca
289-208-7384

In addition, all Foundation appointments, meetings and events at the hospital have been postponed until at least June 1st as we work to reduce the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing.

Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as there may be some delays in correspondence including tax receipting. Should you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at any time and we will respond within 24 hours.

This is an unprecedented time and our hospital needs you more than ever. Thank you for your ongoing support of Joseph Brant Hospital.

We will continue to share updates on the Joseph Brant Hospital and Foundation response to this rapidly evolving situation.

Thank you,
Anissa Hilborn
President, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation

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COVID-19 Update – March 15

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation remains committed to our donors while ensuring that Joseph Brant Hospital can continue to provide the care our patients need every day.

Foundation staff are accessible to answer any questions you may have. For the safety of everyone, we are asking donors to reach out via telephone or email. Donations can be made online, or via telephone by calling our office at 905-632-3737 ext. 1488.

Joseph Brant Hospital is undertaking efforts to keep our patients, staff and physicians safe. These include active screening (beginning Tuesday, March 17) and new visitor guidelines. For more information and updates on Joseph Brant Hospital’s COVID-19 response, please visit the Hospital website.

Symptoms of COVID-19 infection include fever, cough and breathing difficulties.
Contact Halton Region Public Health immediately by calling 311, 905-825-6000 or toll-free at 1-866-442-5866 if you have a fever OR cough OR difficulty breathing AND any of the following within 14 days prior to the onset of illness:

Halton Public Health will coordinate with local healthcare providers to arrange appropriate testing.

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