Chronicle of Events - 2000.


December 12
Dame Edna, the mauve-headed, rhinestonegoggled entertainer visits CVH's paediatric unit
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November 3
Credit Valley launches its new "brand" and logo on the occasion of the hospital's 15th birthday celebrations.
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October 27
The Ontario government is announces $15,101,257 in additional operating funding support to CVH. Rob Sampson, MPP for Mississauga Centre makes the announcement on behalf of Health and Long-Term Care Minister Elizabeth Witmer.

August 21
The Hospital received a three-year accreditation, the highest possible award, from the Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation. The organization was commended for its integration with community noting its "strategic alliances/partnerships... The commitment to maintaining, and in fact enhancing, its community roots while growing and evolving to provide regional programs is very clear."
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The Credit Valley Hospital, along with the other health service providers in the Halton/Peel Region, placed second in all categories in the annual Maclean's Magazine Survey of Canadian health services.
May 17
MPPs John Snobelen and Rob Sampson present a cheque for $48.6 million on behalf of the Minister of Health and Lon Term Care, Elizabeth Witmer toward cosntruction of the regional cancer centre.
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April 18
McDonald's Restaurants of Mississauga choose CVH as the recipient of this year's 2000 McHappy Day (May 16) proceeds. McDonald's will donate $1 from every Big Mac and Breakfast Bagel sold on McHappy Day to CVH and Ronald McDonald Children's Charities of Canada (RMCC). As a result, McDonald's will be funding all of the 2000-01 equipment needs of the hospital's paediatrics department.

March 31
Official Launch of the construction of the expanded parking deck, and of the headstart projects leading up to construction of the regional cancer centre and ambulatory care centre.
February 12
The Credit Valley Hospital's annual Valentine's Gala recreated the world-renowned Austrian aristocrat's social event of the year complete with the symphonic swells, ballroom dancing and the shimmering elegance of the Imperial palace.
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