Hospital Foundation Info

Listowel Memorial Hospital Foundation
Wingham and Distric Hospital Foundation

The Listowel Memorial Hospital Foundation is a separate corporation designed to manage the funds that are donated or bequeathed to the Listowel Memorial Hospital. The Foundation also plays a key role in fundraising activities for major equipment and redevelopment of the facility.

Michelle Matheson is the Coordinator for the Listowel Memorial Hospital Foundation. The LMH Foundation office, located on the basement level of the hospital at 255 Elizabeth Street.

If you are interested in more information on how you can help the Listowel Memorial Hospital Foundation please call Michelle at (519) 291-3125 ×6224 or contact us through the site below.

Wingham and Distric Hospital Foundation

The Wingham & District Hospital Foundation is your partner for building better local healthcare. We envision a modern Hospital that consistently meets the standards in medical technology and provides the best possible healthcare in a rural setting. By working with the community to collect funds for the benefit of the Wingham & District Hospital we are continuously striving to make that vision a reality.

Your gift to the Wingham & District Hospital Foundation supports vital medical equipment needs and facility upgrades. Every gift, no matter the size, is important and makes a difference. Thank you.

Nicole Jutzi, Foundation Coordinator
(519) 357-3903

Office Hours: Monday – Wednesday: 8am to 4pm
Please call/email in advance to guarantee an appointment or arrange a meeting outside of these times.

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Temporary Emergency Department Closure

Wingham and District Hospital

As a result of a staffing shortage, the Wingham and District Hospital Emergency Department will be temporarily closed this weekend as follows:

  • Friday June 9th from 5 pm until 7 am the following morning
  • Saturday June 10th from 5 pm until 7 am the following morning
  • Sunday June 11th from 5 pm until 7am on Monday June 12th.

Patients are asked to call 911 if they have a medical emergency. Emergency Medical Services (EMS – Ambulances) will remain available to the community and will be re-routed to surrounding hospitals to ensure local residents continue to have access to the emergency services they need.

For non-urgent health care call Health Connect Ontario at 811, which is available 24/7 for non-emergency health-related questions.

The following is a list of closest hospitals (they may also be experiencing temporary closures due to staffing shortages so it is advised that you confirm that they are open before heading there):

  • Listowel
  • Clinton
  • Goderich
  • Palmerston
  • Seaforth
  • Kincardine
  • Walkerton

This is a temporary measure and our staff, board, physicians and leadership regret that we have to take this step.

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