An event in honour of Dr. Nicholas Pairaudeau & Celebrating 50 Year of North York General Hospital
Supporting the Maternal Newborn Program at NYGH
Join us as we honour the Dr. Pairaudeau's 43 years of service at North York General Hospital, and celebrate the hospital's 50th anniversary. Funds raised will support North York General's Maternal Newborn Program.
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Caledon Ski Club - West Lodge
17431 Mississauga Rd
Caledon, ON L7K 0E9
Join us at Caledon Ski Club for a fun day honouring Dr. Pairaudeau. Enjoy light bites and refreshments, arts and crafts for the kids, and a raffle with lots of great prizes. There will also be an opportunity to have your photo taken with Dr. Pairaudeau. We hope to see all current and past patients of Dr. Pairaudeau in attendance!
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Any eligible amount for a charitable tax receipt will be determined after the event.
Extraordinary raffle prizes to be won, including:
Fantastic barbecue from The Sign of the Skiier
Amazing Head products (ie. skiis, tennis gear...)
Mrs. V's preserves
and many more...
Cant make it? You can still support the Maternal Newborn Program at North York General by making a donation. All donors will receive a charitable tax receipt.
North York General Hospital (NYGH) is Ontario's third largest birthing centre, delivering approximately 6,000 babies a year. That means as many as 15% of all babies born in Toronto enter the world at our hospital.
Our Maternal Newborn Program provides care throughout pregnancy. The Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic provides parental screening to women under 20 weeks' gestation and experiencing pregnancy complications; Labour and Delivery staff are dedicated to making the birth experience the best it can for patients and their families; and we offer comprehensive post-partum services to help both mother and baby through our Tippet Foundation Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and our busy Mother and Baby Follow Up Clinic that hosts over 7,000 patient visits each year.
The care we provide at NYGH focuses on the family. Our priority is to ensure that every mother and infant receives evidence-based, quality care in a safe and comfortable environment.
While the government funds many aspects of our patients' health care experience, it is your donations that fund critical equipment upgrades throughout our hospital. Without your support, we simply would not be able to offer the advanced level of care that our patients and families need.
You can help us provide advance care, close to home, for our youngest patients and their families.