Supporting the North Bay Regional Health Centre, gives you the chance to win big!

Dr. Bola Sogbein


“Your donation will help transform patient care for our community. The addition of a second SPECT/CT will not only deliver shorter wait times and enhanced imaging, it will also broaden local diagnostic and treatment programs.

Marianna Couchie

iGive Monthly Donor

“I find it rewarding to support the North Bay Regional Heath Centre. Join me in making a collaborative impact on our hospital through the iGive Monthly Club.”

Janis Reed

Grateful Patient Story

“Your generosity will celebrate the compassionate and hardworking frontline workers that care for patients like you and me every day, while also helping purchase advanced medical equipment, and investing in exceptional healthcare, close to home.”

Nat Brunette

Grateful Patient Story

“I am so grateful for the care I received at North Bay Regional Health Centre. This is why I donate; to say thank you and help purchase advanced medical equipment to care for future patients like me.”

Kathryn Chambers

Grateful Patient Story

“Your donation has an impact on patients like Kathryn in our community.”

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Your Impact

The Pace Family

“We are the Pace children, proud and appreciative daughters and sons of Angela and Murray. Today, we would like to share with you a story of our parents, their love story and their connection to the community and the North Bay hospitals. We want to share with you the meaningful way that we chose to honour their lives.”

Brigadier-General (Retired) Ron Button

This special video features the love story of Brigadier-General (Retired) Ron Button and wife Janet. Janet and Ron were married for 66 years before Janet took her last breath at the North Bay Regional Health Centre.

Matt Payne

Patient, Donor & Campaign Volunteer

“Having care available close to home is huge. The few times I needed to go out of town, I missed home and I missed the familiar faces of those caring for me at NBRHC. I always felt like I was part of this incredible community that was championing me to get better.”

Bob and Frankie Syme

“We enjoy knowing the fruits of our working years will be helping others. We have had great care and treatment over the past few years dealing with heart issues, two hip replacements and intestinal disorders.”


“Thanks to your generosity I have my tests in North Bay, close to home. I only recently learned that it is our responsibility as a community to help the hospital fund advanced medical equipment to help our healthcare team care for us when we are sick. That’s why I am writing this letter.”

Tara Blake

“A cancer diagnosis impacts everyone. As a mother, I didn’t want my children to worry, that was my job. My children were able to see the wonderful care I received. My older daughter was so inspired, that she and her friend hosted a lemonade stand and garage sale to raise money for the Chemotherapy Unit. We know every donation counts!”

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This Mother's Day, the hearts of our patients were uplifted by a beautiful gesture from Austin Taylor from NBRHC’s MACE Team and Haley Robertson. Together, they brightened spirits by distributing 114 roses throughout our hospital.The inspiration for this act of kindness came from Haley’s step-grandfather. While his wife was staying at a hospital, he would always bring her a single rose. This simple gesture never failed to bring a smile to her face. Haley and Austin wanted to share this heartwarming feeling with all mother’s in hospital this Mother’s Day.Thank you, Austin and Haley, for your compassion and generosity! ... See MoreSee Less
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RN Stephanie Allard Recognized with Prestigious Leadership Award During Nurses WeekIn honour of Nurses Week, North Bay Regional Health Centre announced Stephanie Allard as the recipient of the 2024 Leslie Burt-Manary RN Leadership Award. Allard is a Registered Nurse on A1/Evergreen Lodge who has dedicated thirty-three years to caring for others. Allard was nominated for this award by her peers, and they shared the many ways she demonstrates leadership and dedication in her work. For the past seven years, Stephanie has been the unit lead on A1/Evergreen Lodge - two very complex and different patient populations; complex continuing care and senior’s mental health. As team lead, she is in the unique position to collaborate with all aspects of the healthcare team, the patients, and the patients’ families. She has made significant contributions to this team by fostering a supportive and collaborative environment, while also serving as a role model and mentor for others. Stephanie is the kind of person to always put others’ needs before her own, and that has been reflected in her work. Read the full story on our website: www.nbrhcfoundation.ca/leadership-awardPhoto: Tammy Morison, President & CEO, NBRHC Foundation, Stephanie Allard, RN & Award Recipient, Joanne Laplante, Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive, NBRHC, Doug Manary, Leslie Burt Manary’s Son, Rosanne Landry, Doug Manary’s Fiancée ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, we celebrate the love, strength, and guidance of all mothers, grandmothers, aunts, mother figures, and those who are no longer with us but forever in our hearts. Happy Mother's Day to every remarkable woman who fills the world with love and compassion! ... See MoreSee Less
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A Golden Heart Award was presented to Britney Boutin, RN for the impact she had on a patient and family experience. “Seven years ago, our mother Phyllis was treated for an aortic aneurysm. She was referred and received surgery in Sudbury. Unfortunately, it didn’t go as smoothly as we had hoped and she spent three months in hospital in Sudbury and another 3 months at NBRHC in Rehabilitation, learning to walk again. Our mother had a very difficult time with an infection related to her surgeries. Over the years, on many occasions, we accessed care through the NBRHC Emergency Department. Almost every time, we were fortunate to have Super Nurse Britney Boutin, RN (and she called me Super Daughter!). This brought us great comfort, knowing our mother was always in good hands with Britney. About 6 months ago, our mother’s blood pressure was extremely high. She was taken to Emergency at NBRHC by ambulance and Britney was once again there to care for her.On March 27th, while at home, her aneurysm ruptured and she returned to the ER by ambulance.Britney was there for us again, helping to stabilize her, keeping her comfortable and getting her ready to transfer to Sudbury for emergency surgery. Mom pulled through surgery and sadly, she passed away in our arms a short time later. We are so incredibly grateful for the compassionate and professional care Britney gave our mother. She went over and above to ensure she was well taken care of and that we were kept apprised every step of the way.” ~ Jen & Teri, Daughters of Phyllis ~This exceptional staff went above and beyond for a patient NBRHC, inspiring a Grateful Family donation to the Foundation. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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