The outside of the Lloydminster Hospital Gift Shop. There is a variety of options that you can purchase.
Handmade JR's Birdhouse. This colourful birdhouse is shaped as a small bird that is in a perching stance.

JR's Designer Birdhouses

John Remai is a Saskatchewan philanthropist that donates his beautifully handmade birdhouse. One hundred percent of the proceeds goes back to the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation.

Shows a variety of different baby items that are for purchase. A cute whale that says, Dream Big Little One. A small pair of baby booties, a knitted sweater and a piggy bank.

Baby gear!

If you live out of town, you can create an order that sends your gift directly to their hospital room for the new baby! The knitted items you see around the hospital are made from the Healthcare Auxiliary.

Shows a medium size floral arrangement. The vase is wrapped with burlap. There is a mixture of different types of flowers and greenery.

Flowers

Send a bouquet of colourful flowers to your loved one. There is a range of delicate arrangements that can be sent to a patient or a staff member.

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  • Simpli Smile Light Sweater
    A dark grey sweater that has white text in the front that says, STAND UNITED nurses of YLL.
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What is the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation?

Incorporated in 1983, the Foundation has been raising money for our healthcare system and within our region. Improving the Lloydminster Hospital, long-term care facilities, pharmacies and more, is a major focus. The Foundation also offers scholarships to local students studying healthcare industry.

Started in 1983, the foundation has raised money to improve the quality of healthcare in Lloydminster and around the region for nearly 40 years. With time and generous donors, the foundation has grown into a community gem and has helped the regional healthcare become what it is today."

Ron

We were at this hospital when both our children were born. We were transferred to Edmonton for our son because there were some complications and he was born very early. The staff at the Lloyd hospital were very comforting and supportive throughout the time we spent there. Then, when our daughter was born in the Lloyd hospital, we had the very same comfortable experience. The staff here are awesome, and they truly care about each person that walks in their doors."

Curtis