CT Scanner expected for 2022

Feb 11, 2022

Photo: Port Perry Hospital Foundation

The Port Perry Hospital Foundation announces it surpassed its $4 million fundraising goal and projects a mid-2022 installation date for a CT scanner.

The Port Perry Hospital Foundation announced it has surpassed its $4 million fundraising goal, reaching $4.15 million, almost a year ahead of schedule.

In a press release, the Foundation announced it expects the much await CT scanner will be installed in mid-2022, "notwithstanding further forces beyond [its] control", referencing potential uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Omicron variant.

Port Perry Pedals contributed over $40,000 to the campaign in 2021 as part of its inaugural charitable road cycling event which hosted 200 participants from across Ontario.

Thank you to all the participants, sponsors, and generous donors for your support. Together, Port Perry Pedals has helped bring life-saving medical equipment to the community.

Territorial acknowledgement

Port Perry Pedals acknowledges the Treaty and Traditional Territories of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation and the Mississauga peoples. We are grateful to engage our work, and ride our routes on lands that are situated within the Williams Treaties and pre-confederation Treaties.

We acknowledge the land out of respect for the Indigenous nations who have cared for it since time immemorial. The settlement of these lands has been marked by poor treatment of Indigenous peoples and we commit to working with them towards a shared understanding of truth and reconciliation.