Providence Healthcare Foundation
Providence Healthcare Foundation

MAPP's Impact at Providence

The Power of MAPP

A History of Impact at Providence Healthcare

2018 - $100,000
Simulation Program

Providence’s Simulation Program utilizes both a simulation lab and mobile simulation at point of care to improve the training and educational needs of all staff, physicians, and students. Simulation allows healthcare providers to practice new skills in a risk-free environment to improve quality of care and patient safety.

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2017 - $70,000
Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Suite

This ENT Suite has broadened the scope of services Providence provides in-house, reducing the need for transportation to other facilities which can cause undue stress and risk of infection.

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2016 - $50,000
5 Electric Low Beds

These innovative beds improve safety and security by lowering to adjust to diverse patient needs, and include features such as a call and alert system, and a built-in scale to aid wellness and recovery.


2016 - $50,000 (individual donation)
Multi-lingual Automated Calling System

Serving a diverse Greater Toronto community, this project offers follow up calls to discharged patients in multiple languages including English, Cantonese, Greek or Italian. This project was voted 2nd by MAPP donors, but an individual MAPP donor, George Macri, was inspired to personally fund this project.

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2015 - $50,000
50 Pressure Relieving Mattresses

As Providence has 245 beds in our hospital, MAPP once again voted to purchase 50 pressure relieving mattresses, making them responsible for replacing 40% of mattresses in the hospital.


2014 - $50,000
50 Pressure Relieving Mattresses

These specialized mattresses are designed to prevent and treat pressure ulcers by improving comfort, would healing time, and quality of sleep and reducing the occurrence and severity of wounds.

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