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Foundation Spring Gala
Saturday May 4, 2019

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John P. Larche Charity Golf Classic
Saturday August 10, 2019

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Cochrane District EMS paramedics attended Timmins and District Hospital last week to deliver proceeds raised from their first epaulettes fundraising campaign. Paramedics paid for the priviledge to wear pink epaulettes for breast cancer in October and blue ones for prostate cancer in November. The campaign was so successful that they ran out of epaulettes and will be bringing in more for next year. They not only raised money for the Breast Wellness Centre and Urology Department at TADH, they also raised plenty of awareness about breast and prostate cancer. Presenting the cheque on behafl of Cochrane District EMS were Pascal Burton, David Castonguay, Derrick Cremin and Walter Marsh. EMS Deputy Chief Marc Renaud was also in attendance. Tina Bilodeau accepted the cheque on behalf of the TADH Breast Wellness Centre and Dr. Michael Lang, who was delayed in the OR during the photo-op, expressed his sincere gratitude to the paramedics on behalf of the Urology Department. We, at the Foundation, are extremely grateful for their choice to support our local Hospital. THANK YOU! ...

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A series of mixed media paintings by local artist and teacher Marie-Josée Arsenault will be on display at the Timmins and District Hospital’s gallery until December 9. Here you will see a variety of upcycled materials included in Arsenault’s acrylic creations. The reason behind this stylistic choice is the value she places on the environmental responsibility she should have as an artist and the legacy she should leave behind. With this medium comes a lifelike quality that becomes an integral part of each piece as the surface of the found objects interact with the light, causing them to change ever so slightly throughout the day as the sun moves across the sky.

Miss Arsenault has been practicing all types of artwork and using several mediums from early childhood and hopes to continue indefinitely. She graduated from École secondaire catholique Thériault in 1999, earning a bursary for her artwork, and four years later graduated from the University of Ottawa’s fine arts program before attending Teacher’s College in Sudbury. Creativity runs deep in the family as he father has also been a featured artist on display at the TADH, her mother is a skilled artist and crafter, her brother thrives in the medium of 3D printing, her nephews and niece enjoy music and calligraphy, while her grand-parents were wood carvers, musicians, seamstresses, bakers, and actors.

In the future, Arsenault will be offering private art instruction. Until then, you can view her artistic journey on social media by following her on Instagram @mojozart, or view her artist’s Facebook page by using this link: www.facebook.com/MJA-25085362143/
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Since Timmins and District Hospital opened its doors in 1993 we have provided care to over 3 million patients. From the James Bay coast to Englehart, from Hearst to Kirkland Lake, TADH is here to care for you, your family and neighbours.

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TADH doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals continue to deliver the best healthcare to our region. Every Year we have:
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39,000

Emergency visits

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8,600

surgeries.

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45,000

diagnostic image exams

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730

babies delivered.