Partnering with The Moose Jaw Hospital Foundation to Provide Innovative Medical Care
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Partnering with The Moose Jaw Hospital Foundation to Provide Innovative Medical Care

 
December 08, 2015   |   ShareThis

Through a $1 million investment, Mosaic is helping neighbors in Southern Saskatchewan receive high-tech care

Today marks a significant milestone for health care in Southern Saskatchewan, as The Mosaic Company announced a $1 million community investment to The Moose Jaw Health Foundation. With this financial support, the hospital will purchase and install innovative, state-of-the-art medical equipment—including the only hyperbaric chamber in the province of Saskatchewan.

Joining together with Provincial government representatives and medical community members, Mosaic celebrated its special partnership with the Foundation at a ceremony where Foundation President James Murdock also unveiled that the hospital’s new lobby will be named in Mosaic’s honor.

“We’ve entered a new level of commitment to supporting the health of our employees and neighbors,” said Sarah Fedorchuk, Senior Director of Public Affairs at The Mosaic Company. “We’re proud to partner with the Foundation as they build this legacy of innovative health care, and ensure that this cutting-edge Regional hospital contributes to the long-term strength and health of our neighbors.”

Supporting the Health of Our Operating Communities

At Mosaic, we strategically partner with organizations to help strengthen the communities where we live, work, and raise our families. Since 2011, we’ve supported The Moose Jaw Health Foundation’s fundraising efforts to bring state-of-the-art healthcare to the community through many events, including the Mosaic Concert of Hope, the Family First Radiothon, and Festival of Trees. And just last year, members from the Wellness Committee at our Belle Plaine facility held their own fundraising campaign to raise money for the Endoscopy Suite at the hospital. Mosaic matched the funds raised, and together we were able to donate more than $45,000.