Our Partners

London Health Sciences Centre appreciates the support of its foundation and research partners. Through their dedication, our staff and physicians are able to provide our patients with high-quality, exceptional and innovative care.

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We inspire our community to help save and improve kids' lives, and we mobilize our community to ensure success. Our donors enable Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre to enhance the level of family-centred care and support made possible by government funding. Our donors understand that one size does not fit all when caring for children from across our region. Our donors see the potential to unlock the mysteries of childhood illnesses and diseases. Our donors value quality of life for all children. www.childhealth.ca

A female nurse checks on a young pediatric patient at Children’s Hospital.
A researcher from Lawson Health Research Institute works in a laboratory.
Lawson Health Research Institute

For more than 30 years Lawson has been driving innovation and helping transform health care. We have grown to be one of the largest research institutes in Canada with more than 1,400 personnel embedded in our hospital facilities. By aligning our strategic priorities with those of LHSC, we are able to work together with our hospital colleagues to translate research and innovation into care faster and more effectively, improving the health of our patients. We encourage you to learn more and watch our new video at www.lawsonresearch.com


In everything we do, we believe in the pursuit of new ideas that lead to better outcomes for patients; we believe in thinking differently. We do this every day by matching the philanthropic goals of donors with the work of extraordinary medical minds at London Health Sciences Centre—the people caring for you and your family while innovating for the world. That’s why we support our hospital's key equipment needs and initiatives that foster excellence in patient-centred care, education, discovery and innovation. www.lhsf.ca/whatsyourwhy

A male member of the Skin, Wound and Ostomy Team chats with a female patient.