Used throughout the hospital to assist those with mobility issues due to illness, injury or disability.
These beds improve patient comfort and mobility
These waterless bottle warmers eliminate contamination risks associated with warming feedings in water. They can thaw milk to refrigerated temperature in less than 30 minutes for storage up to 24 hours.
For staff use when responding to cardiac emergencies
Converts text and symbols into clear speech, and that gives individuals computer access and more
Helps clients express themselves, have social interactions, participate in their community and provide opportunities to develop language when they are non-verbal
Staff use a wound vacuum in dressing, removing infectious materials, and promoting the overall healing of patients' wounds.
These thermometers are hand held and allow the healthcare provider to record a temperature without disturbing the patient.
The wheeled commode chair allows patient to use the shower and other hygiene routines without staff having to transfer the individual from bed to wheelchair and then from wheelchair to seat.
Provide Operating Room staff the ability to easily monitor a patient's vital signs
This simulator allows staff to use existing scenarios, and create new ones, to help overcome learning objectives, and improve patient outcomes.
Improves quality of life by making assisted showering and other hygiene routines not only safer and more comfortable, but also a more dignified experience
A biliblanket is a portable, fiberoptic phototherapy device for the treatment of conditions such as jaundice.
These recliners give parents multiple ways of positioning themselves comfortably while holding our newest citizens.
Overbed tables slide over the bed for those patients that cannot get out of bed to eat. They are used for playing games, eating, storage and the like.
The central monitoring system plays a significant role in critical patient care, providing staff with the ability to effectively and efficiently monitor patient vital signs, including temperature, oxygen, heart rate, blood pressure, respiration and fluid in the heart and lungs
A breathing apparatus used to help patients get more air into their lungs
These are designed to allow someone to get out of the confines of their bed and be able to sit comfortably in a variety of positions while being fully supported
A device that produces sound waves that bounce off body tissues and make echoes, for use in making pictures of different parts of the body
Used by Maternal Child staff to care for newborns staying in the hospital.
A mobile entertainment unit to help distract patients while receiving treatment in the Cancer Clinic
Used to increase blood flow during dialysis treatment to help move toxins from tissue and enhance dialysis efficacy.
Used for performing diagnostic testing to rule out severe coronary blockages.
These are used to monitor the fetal heart rate, uterine contraction pressure and fetal movement throughout pregnancy, labour, and delivery.
Provides a more comfortable transport for patients
Babies who are admitted into the NICU stay for an average of 11 days. In most cases, moms still have the opportunity to feed their brand new baby. These nursing pillows help bring comfort during this special bonding time.
This infant seat replicates the natural motions parents use to soothe their baby. This is needed in the NICU to help calm babies who may be irritable due to reasons such as withdrawals and neurological impairments.
Helps provide comfort and a quiet space for patients and their loved ones
Aids in moving patients a short distance, perhaps to a commode or wheelchair.
Allow healthcare professionals to easily weigh patients
These new scopes are high definition, which provides better quality and vision during all laparoscopic surgeries.
These handheld devices help improve the total patient experience by reducing the number of sticks, improving intravenous catheter dwell times
Reduces shear, friction, moisture, and heat can help aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.
Used to test the condition of the middle ear and mobility of the eardrum and acoustic reflex measurements
Rapidly delivers energy in a predetermined pattern, thus allowing for decreased patient discomfort and treatment time.
A glidescope is used to open a patient’s airway and helps the healthcare professional administer treatment quickly with less trauma to the patient.
This specialized medical room chair allows patient to comfortably sit on to allow medical staff clear and easy access of the patient to take a blood sample or to draw blood.
Used by testing the patients’ blood to accurately determine the level of oxygen in the blood.
This new technology offers advanced visualization, advanced control and advanced work flow; helping to facilitate more accurate diagnosis and treatment, simplify setup and improve patient flow.
As the gold standard for those confined to a wheel chair, this attachment can be added, allowing a lap top or communication device be at their finder tips.
Provides comfort and security for both the mother and caregiver.
This wheelchair seat cushion provide the pressure relief needed, allowing the seat cushion to constantly adjust to a client’s body movement.
Provide patient comfort and help maintain a regulated body temperature
This new device transmits an image directly to a small, portable screen, making it easier for staff to make crucial decisions.
Used to measure a patient’s heart activity continuously for several hours.
This is used to visualize the anatomy and identify vessels, nerves, and other small structures.
This shower chair improves a patient’s quality of life by making assisted showering and other hygiene routines not only safer and more comfortable, but also a more dignified experience.
Aids in diagnosing a variety of hearing conditions and disorders. This provides them the means to do hearing tests on babies in our community, rather than having them travel to Calgary.
Monitoring blood pressure is very important for adults diagnosed with a heart disease including post surgeries such at heart transplants and bypass. This device will also give an alert if there is an irregular heartbeat and can store up to 100 readings for more than 1 patient.
These hand held monitors are used to measure the oxygen saturation of patients without having to disturb them.
This device is used in surgery for scarring, burning, cutting the skin or other tissues in an attempt to mitigate damage, remove an undesired growth, or minimize other potential medical harmful possibilities such as infections.
The PC EyeGo allows for completely hands-free access for tablet use through the simple, natural and relaxed movement of the eyes, allowing them to live richer, more connected and independent lives.
Provides high-quality imaging and brilliant LED illumination for Otolaryngology (Ear-Nose-Throat) surgery.
This is a non-invasive precision temperature management system that is used to induce hypothermia in comatose patients that have suffered from Sudden Cardiac Arrest and patients at risk for brain damage.
This chair is a special treat for the patients and it helps with blood flow, pain control and general comfort.
Benches outside the hospital entrance are used by patients and other individuals who visit. Often they will sit on these while waiting to be picked up or just to sit outside and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine.
These pumps are used to deliver medication while allowing the patient to be mobile.
Allows staff to measure the exact weight of a baby when they come in through the Emergency Department