Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation
Newfoundland & Labrador
The Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation was created to meet the financial needs of the Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre. The foundation raises funds to support capital projects, equipment, research, and programs directly related to the health and welfare of Newfoundland and Labrador children, while promoting a public awareness of these needs. The Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation is also a proud partner of the A Family of Support: Child & Youth Mental Health Initiative.
The Janeway Children’s Health & Rehabilitation Centre provides excellence in specialized health care to the province’s sick and injured children in a compassionate, supportive environment. The staff at Janeway are determined to achieve the best possible outcomes for these children, constantly exploring and researching new treatments and health care regimens, maximizing every available resource.
The 800 nurses, technicians, therapists, and support staff and 85 doctors within the Janeway Children’s and Women’s Health Program provide primary, secondary, and tertiary care services, on both an inpatient and ambulatory basis, for children from infancy to 18 years of age. As well, a full range of maternal services are provided in obstetrics and gynecology.
The Mental Health and Addictions Program operates services located in the Janeway Hospital as well as the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Service.
“During the hardest days of our lives, the Janeway team and our Neurosurgeon assured us that our precious boy was their priority. As a result, they saved Jacob’s life and became an integral part of our family.” -Jacob’s family
How your donations will help
Your donations will directly support the advancement of child and youth mental health through the programs offered by the Newfoundland and Labradors’ first Child and Youth Advocacy Centre.