Featured here are video clips of MUHC staff talking about why they donated to The Best Care for Life fundraising campaign.

Normand Rinfret, Director General and CEO of the MUHC

I am proud to give to the internal Best Care for Life Campaign at the McGill University Health Centre because I think it’s time to show the public, our donors, and ourselves that this project is extremely worthwhile and that it will help us attract the best people and perhaps obtain better equipment. I think we all need to do our part and show people that we support our hospital and our institution, and that is why I decided to give myself.

Jocelyne Faille, Administrative Director, Lachine site

I’m extremely proud to give in support of our internal campaign – working at the McGill University Health Centre is a privilege for me. The Redevelopment Project is a very important event for our clientele and employees and for the greater community, as it’s going to help us deliver the best care for life .

Ann Lynch, Director General of Clinical Operations, MUHC

I am very proud to give to the internal fundraising campaign for the MUHC Redevelopment Project because I really feel that this internal campaign will help to support the extraordinary work that’s being done by our clinical team, nurses, physicians, allied health members across all of our six sites, as we move towards the new Glen site, and Montreal and Lachine hospitals.

Dr. Vassilios Papadopoulos, Director of the Research Institute

I’m very proud to give to the internal fundraising campaign at the McGill University Health Centre for the Redevelopment Project. This is very important to support the existing strengths and excellence in research training, education and healthcare delivery and more so to give to the future, for us and for the next generation. This is important so that a dream becomes reality for the McGill University Health Centre and the community.

Dr. David Eidelman, Physician-in-chief

I'm proud to give to the internal campaign of the McGill University Health Center because this is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to ensure that our community has the best clinical care, the best research and the best teaching.