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680 CJOB is proud to support the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation’s Radiothon of Hope and Healing on Friday, November 16th from 9am until 6pm. Full detailsEverett Atrium at St. Boniface Hospital - 409 Tache Ave, R2H 2A6, Winnipeg, Manitoba DD/MM/YYYY aJpZteKcUzmrvhxzDmrM23513
680 CJOB is proud to support the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation’s Radiothon of Hope and Healing on Friday, November 16th from 9am until 6pm.
The St. Boniface Hospital Foundation’s Radiothon of Hope and Healing, presented by the Vickar Automotive Group supports life-changing medical research and life-saving patient care at St. Boniface Hospital. The Radiothon has been a powerful platform for sharing Hospital stories for 17 years. Throughout the day, past patients, current donors, Hospital staff, and volunteers share their personal stories about life-saving procedures, compassionate care, and the impact donors have on excellence in patient care and research at St. Boniface Hospital.
Join 680 CJOB, broadcasting live from the Everett Atrium at the St. Boniface Hospital from 12pm to 6pm.
Donate via phone: (204) 237-7647 or Toll Free 1-866-472-4682, online: https://www.saintboniface.ca/foundation/en/donate/ or in person in the Everett Atrium all day on November 16th.
About St. Boniface Hospital:
- Leading the way in health care for all Manitobans for nearly 150 years, St. Boniface Hospital is a pioneer in medical research and patient care.
- Established by the Grey Nuns in 1871, the Hospital has a legacy of compassionate care and innovation, performing Manitoba’s first cardiac surgery in 1959, developing Canada’s first in-hospital palliative care program in 1974, and opening the first free-standing research facility in Canada in 2007.
- Dedicated to pursuing groundbreaking medical discoveries, St. Boniface Hospital has been identified by Research Infosource for the sixth consecutive year as the top researcher-intensive hospital in Western Canada, and in the top five of its size in the country.