How a community builds a hospital: one brick at a time

We’re using a part of history to build a wall for the future.

When the old Sturgeon General Hospital was demolished in the Spring of 1997, 100 bricks were saved to be incorporated into the front entrance renovation at the hospital. Each named brick provides a building block for the ‘new’ wall that greets patients and visitors entering though the hospital’s main entrance.

By giving $150 to sponsor brick, donors names are permanently linked to the great tradition of healthcare that the Sturgeon Hospital (both new and old) has come to represent in our community.

“The Sturgeon Hospital has seen our family through some difficult times, and we wanted a way to give back to the hospital that was both visible and permanent. We love that these bricks are a part of history and now they are building the future.” Friend of the Sturgeon

500+ bricks already sit in our wall … why don’t you consider making a lasting mark on your hospital by helping us to build an even stronger wall to support the future of healthcare in our community?


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