Our Relationship with the Medical Community
Helping to bridge access to health care around the world
To help improve the health and well being of children around the world, Ronald McDonald House Children’s Charities rely on strong partnerships with the medical community.
These relationships have been nurtured and have grown over our 40+ year history. And, because of these relationships, we can bridge access to health care for people through:
- One or more of our three core programs in 90 percent of the best children’s hospitals in the world.
Medical professionals contribute to RMHC in a variety of different ways:
- They are actively engaged as members of the RMHC Global and local boards of directors.
- They provide land for Ronald McDonald Houses, spaces within hospitals for Family Rooms.
- They assist with operating costs and donations of in-kind services.
- They volunteer their time and services.
Because of our relationships with the medical community, we can help eliminate many of the barriers that prevent families of ill and injured children from getting the care their children need.
Ronald McDonald House Charities Newfoundland and Labrador also work with the medical community including medical professionals at the Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre to ensure the needs of our sick children and their families are met. We rely on the advice of our medical community to ensure we are providing the best programs and services possible for children and their families.