Show Home Hours:
March 11 to April 30: from 1-5pm daily.
Starting May 1: Weds – Sunday 1-5PM daily.
Sorento Custom Homes is bringing Cottage Living to the City, and the 2016 Hospitals’ Lottery Dream Home is the coziest one yet! Located in the desirable community of Laredo, this charming bungalow features 2,985 square feet of finished space. From the unique, curved, stone exterior to the 10ft ceilings, granite, and convenient cabinetry in the front entry, this 3 bedroom home is sure to impress.
This unique layout is perfect for entertaining, with a wine tasting station in the bar, a large bar island, and a beverage serving station in the kitchen. On warm summer nights you’ll love entertaining on the large back sun deck. For the kitchen lover, you simply won’t be able to resist the decorative shelving and framing of the large walk-in pantry. You can also enjoy some quiet time in a cozy pocket den featuring stylish glass doors, or indulge in the ensuite with a full tiled feature wall. Hospitals’ Lottery is proud to display Sorento’s custom built home. This Cottage-In-The-City home could be yours!
March 11 to April 30: from 1-5pm daily.
Starting May 1: Weds – Sunday 1-5PM daily.
Vehicle Purchased from Gasoline Alley Harley Davidson
$500 CASH every day in June 2016 with a Canada Day draw of $5,000!
Supplied by the Red Deer Regional Health Foundation
Vehicle Purchased from MGM Ford Lincoln. Retail Value $61,297
Vehicle Purchased from Go Dodge, Red Deer. Retail Value $60,900
Trip Purchased from Northern Heli-Fishing Adventures. Valued at $15,309
Purchased from The Brick. Retail Value $5,254
Purchased from The Brick. Retail Value $8,244
The Phase Two project, totaling nearly $700,000 will see the purchase and installation of more and different equipment, including 106 digital clocks installed in the Emergency Department, Inpatient Cardiology/Telemetry and Cardiac Intensive Care.
Outdated technology can cause discrepancies in time sensitive health interventions. These networked clocks will ensure healthcare providers can record the time of every activity on a continuous basis, and that every clock in every area reflects the same time. One networked clock for all critical care areas decreases the ambiguity that can occur in time sensitive therapies such as medication administration.
Plus, four more hard wired beds will be purchased for Unit 22: Inpatient Cardiology/Telemetry, adding to the 4 purchased under Phase One. Such beds allow appropriate monitoring for more complex cardiac patients, allow better monitoring of patients on bed rest, or patients receiving medications that require constant monitoring.
Portable monitors will also be purchased which allow the ability to maintain continuous patient monitoring during transportation to other locations for treatment or procedures. These units are light-weight for patient comfort, and can be networked at the site.
In addition to these equipment purchases, renovations will include updates to information technology, and provide fundamental infrastructure for future cardiac programs.
Phase One was fully funded in 2015 ensuring more and better equipment is available to all Central Albertans facing cardiac related illnesses. We want to thank all our ticket purchasers, who together ensured the $1 million Phase One project became a reality!
In December 2014, Nola and Erwin Shippelt were settling in for the Christmas holidays with their two sons, then aged 20 and 16. As grain and cattle farmers near Condor, Alberta, they are used to hard work, and understand the need to stay healthy and strong to support their busy lifestyle.
It was for that reason that Nola was astonished to see her normally healthy glow tainted by the yellow of jaundice. The couple immediately headed for emergency at the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre. A number of doctors attended to Nola; she experienced x-rays, ultrasounds, an MRI, and a CAT scan. “They were on everything immediately,” notes Nola. “Dr. Sean Gregg gave me the final diagnosis: bile duct cancer.”
This extremely rare cancer (only 2,000 people in the US are diagnosed annually) involved Nola having a tumor located on the base of the bile duct on her liver. “I was extremely yellow,” remembers Nola. “It was very serious. I could have died. But Dr. Gregg, along with every other healthcare provider was extremely fabulous. Every nurse was wonderful – right down to the porters - they were incredible.” She continues, “Not just the higher up staff – great care filtered down to the lovely young ladies who came to offer me water or something to eat. Wherever I happened to be along this journey, I received professional and kind care, and I was treated with the utmost respect.”
Nola gratefully acknowledges Dr. Gregg for his work: “People like him: they stay in our [smaller] community because they want to help. It speaks to the quality of care offered by the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre.”
Dr. Gregg was instrumental in Nola’s recovery. “He connected me with Dr. Dixon at the Foothills in Calgary. Dr. Dixon told me that the surgery I needed was extremely delicate, but he said quite emphatically, “Nola, I think I can do this.” And so he did. On February 24th, with Dr. Gregg traveling to Calgary to assist, Dr. Dixon removed the tumor.
And now, Nola is thankful for the care she received. “I was extremely well taken care of; I was close to death and they pulled me through. I’m now back on the road to health. I’m fine!” she states.
But fate wasn’t done with the Shippelt family just yet. In February 2016 the entire family came down with the flu. While Nola and her sons improved, husband Erwin wasn’t so lucky. Ultimately, he was diagnosed with H1N1. After a stint in the emergency department in Red Deer, a few days in ICU, and several more on Unit 31, Erwin was still desperately ill. “He developed pneumonia, and had life threatening blood clots in his lungs and leg. He was a very sick man. It was very scary”, says Nola, remembering her desperation.
Nonetheless, the Shippelt’s marvel at the great care Erwin received. “In the Emergency Department, despite being a very busy place, Erwin was very well taken care of. ICU was absolutely amazing. The care he received was phenomenal.”
Happily, as we spoke with Nola in May 2016, Erwin was feeling better and out seeding his land. “We credit so much of our happy ending to the quick care we both received during our ordeals.”
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How can tickets be purchased?
Phone in Red Deer and area (403) 340-1878
Toll Free phone outside of Red Deer 1-877-808-9005
Website address www.hospitalslottery.com
What is the lottery licence number for the Main Lottery?
What is the lottery licence number for the Hospitals’ Mega Bucks50?
What is the mailing address to purchase tickets?
PO Box 1098
Red Deer, AB T4N 6S5
Where can tickets be purchased?
Red Deer Regional Health Foundation Office
3942 50A Ave, Red Deer AB, T4N 4E7
SHOWHOME 117 Lazaro Close, in the community of Laredo, Red Deer, T4R 0R7
Grand Opening: 11:00am Friday, March 11, 2016
Hours of operation: March 11 to April 30 - daily from 1-5pm.
Starting May 1 - Wednesday to Sunday 1-5 daily.
Closed Good Friday, open Easter Sunday.
Driving south on 30th Avenue, turn left (east) onto 22nd Street. Follow 22nd Street to Lalor Drive and turn left (north). From Lalor Drive take the first left onto Lazaro Close. Follow around; #117 is on the right.
Most weekends tickets can be purchased at Parkland Mall and/or Bower Mall in Red Deer.
What methods of payment are accepted?
Cheque, Money Order, Visa, MasterCard, Debit*
Cash with mall vendors, Show Home and the Red Deer Regional Health Foundation office only.
*Debit not available on the website, or at the Stride location.
What are the ticket prices for the Main Lottery?
1 for $35 or 3 for $75 or 5 for $100 or 15 for $250
How many tickets are sold in total for the Main Lottery?
5,000 singles for $35
7,000 sets of 3 for $75
9,200 sets of 5 for $100
2,000 sets of 15 for $250
102,000 Total Tickets Sold
What are the ticket prices for the Mega Bucks50 Lottery?
1 for $10 or 10 for $25 or 25 for $50
How many tickets are sold in total for the Mega Bucks50 Lottery?
3,250 singles for $10
8,700 sets of 10 for $25
5,000 sets of 25 for $50
215,250 Total Tickets Sold
Do I have to purchase a Hospitals’ Lottery ticket in order to purchase a Hospitals’ Mega Bucks ticket (or vice versa)?
No, the two lotteries are mutually exclusive.
How long does it take to receive the ticket in the mail?
Please allow 2-3 weeks
What are the cutoff dates and draw dates?
Draw Cutoff Draw Date Previous Supporters 11pm March 10, 2016 2pm April 6, 2016 Early Bird Draw 11pm May 15, 2016 11 am June 1, 2016 Mega Bucks 50 11pm June 19, 2016 July 8, 2016* Final Draw 11pm June 19, 2016 9am July 8, 2016*
What are the Previous Supporter Prizes?
5 prizes of $1,000 Cash each
What is the Early Bird Prize? (Given as one unit)
- 2016 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King PLUS $50,000 Cash = Retail Value $73,090.95
- 31 Days Critical Cash: 31 cash draws in the month of June of $500 each PLUS $5,000 July 1, 2016
What is the Mega Bucks50 prize?
Win half of an increasing jackpot of up to $500,000 with a minimum guaranteed payout of $100,000 CASH.
How many Mega Bucks50 tickets have been sold?
Go to hospitalslottery.com and view the Mega Bucks50 tracker
Where are the winners going to be posted?
Winners will be published to the website www.hospitalslottery.com
How many prizes can be won in the main draw?
What is the total retail value of all of the prizes in the main draw?
$1,190,392.45 including GST
Who is the project auditor?
BDO Dunwoody Limited
Who manages the ticket control & distribution?
Stride Management Corp. 3950 12 Street NE, Calgary, AB T2E 8H9
Is the ticket tax deductible/do you get a tax receipt?
No there is no tax receipt issued and the ticket is not tax deductible
If I make a donation with my ticket order, what is the minimum donation required for a tax receipt?
Can tickets be put in the name of a corporation or business?
Yes, should the purchaser’s ticket be a winner, the prize is then awarded to the corporation or business and the person who claims the prize must be able to prove they are an authorized officer of that company.
What is done with customer’s personal information?
The Red Deer Regional Health Foundation respects the personal privacy of all donors. Donor information is used to process tickets, donations, recognition programs, and for ongoing fundraising activities. We do not share our donor lists.
Must the ticket purchaser and the name on the ticket be over the age of 18 years?
How many names can be put on a ticket?
Tickets may be purchased by more than one person and space is provided for on the back of tickets to cover these orders. However, if a ticket stub with more than one purchaser is drawn, the licensee shall award the prize to any individual(s) whose name is listed first on the “official” stub. The licensee is not responsible for any disputes, which may arise between different persons purchasing one ticket. Cash prizes are awarded to the person whose name appears first on the ticket.
How are prizes awarded?
Once draws have been completed prize letters will be mailed out within 3-4 weeks following the draw. The prize letter informs the winner of what they have won and where and when to pick up their prize. They must have the prize letter and picture I.D. to claim the prize. All prizes must be accepted as awarded. There will be no cash substitutions unless otherwise stated in the official raffle rules.
Can orders be placed from people outside the province of Alberta?
Any purchaser who RESIDES OUTSIDE ALBERTA BUT IS CALLING FROM WITHIN ALBERTA may purchase a ticket. The ticket can be mailed to any address (even out of Alberta).
Am I entered in ALL the draws, or does my name stay out of subsequent draws if I win?
All entries are eligible for all draws, even if a ticket has been pulled in an earlier draw if purchased prior to the published cut off dates. The Hospitals’ Lottery home draw is separate from the Hospitals’ Mega Bucks 50 draw. Only persons who have purchased tickets specifically for the Hospitals’ Mega Bucks 50 draw will be entered for that prize.