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Auxiliary to Woodstock Hospital

Donations can be mailed to the Auxiliary to help improve health services and provide equipment.

Auxiliary to Woodstock Hospital 

310 Juliana Drive

Woodstock, ON N4V 0A4

Attention: Brenda Wilson, President

2016-2018 Executive Committee

Brenda Wilson - President

Donna Treleaven - Past President

Deb Sutherland - 1st Vice President

Lois Oldford - 2nd Vice President

Marg Boddy - Treasurer

Donna Harcourt - Recording Secretary

Helen Stewart - Corresponding Secretary


Myrna Miles - Publicity & Public Relations

Lynda Wright - Gift Shop Convener

Diane Lossing - Chapel Convener

Cathy Cope - Program Convener

Janet Pratt - Nevada Convener

Jean Caskey - Membership Convener



The Auxiliary has 99 members this year.  To become a member of the Auxiliary, please contact Jean Caskey at 519-537-6016. Please direct any questions, suggestions or comments to Brenda Wilson at 519-456-5979.

Gift Shop

The Hospital Gift Shop is located in the main lobby of the hospital and is run by the Auxiliary to Woodstock Hospital. All proceeds from the sales of the gift shop are donated to the hospital to improve health services, equipment and education.


Pictured: Members of the Woodstock Hospital Auxiliary, Brenda Wilson, Donna Treleaven, and Jean Caskey present Heidi Dantes, Director of Emergency, with a cheque for the Cardiac Ultrasound Probe pictured with Dr. Nick Bennett, Emergency Physician. 

Giving Back to the Hospital

The Woodstock Hospital Auxiliary has generously donated $7,850 towards the purchase of a Cardiac Ultrasound Probe for our Emergency Department.

A Cardiac Ultrasound Probe is a specialized probe for the heart and was purchased as an addition for the bedside ultrasound machine already being used in the department. The machine is used by emergency physicians to gather real time information like a new age stethoscope.

The probe generates high-frequency sound waves that are transmitted into the body. The probe collects the sounds that bounce back and a computer then uses those sound waves to create an image.