MSH Heroes

Thank Your Hero.

If there is a remarkable doctor, nurse, devoted volunteer, a dedicated hospital staff member, or an unsung hero who has touched your life, this is your opportunity to thank them.

Government funding falls short in providing the critical, life-saving resources they need to care for our community. Your support will make an enormous difference while showing our heroes how much you appreciate the work they do.

Thank your MSH Hero today!

Rosemary Cameirao

Talk to Rosemary Cameirao for a couple of minutes and you’ll know soon enough how much she loves her job.

Dr. Paul Lokoff

Starting out on day one in 1990, Dr. Lokoff was one of only three anaesthesiologists.

Rona McKey

“It’s a privilege to be a part of someone’s most precious moments.”

Carissa Surujpaul

“There are good days and bad days, but just providing care and seeing smiles on people’s faces is very rewarding."

Len Pierce

In addition to being recognized as an MSH Hero, Len is also the inaugural recipient of MSH’s Honoured to Care: Respect award

Terry King

A man of all trades – his director calls him MacGyver for his inventive ability to make or repair things – Terry joined MSH in 2001.

The Lab Team

As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, it’s fair to say that everyone working at Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH) was forced to respond.

Dr. Cristina Popa

“Of all the awards I’ve received, I think this is the closest to my heart.” Yet she deflects the credit to other staff and colleagues.

Donna Stevens

Donna has been recognized as an MSH Hero multiple times with patients donating to the hospital in her honour.