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Groundbreaking Chair will help promote First Nations’ health (St. Paul's Hospital)

Simon Fraser University made strides this week in advancing its twin goals of supporting Aboriginal peoples and of being a leader in research mobilization.

High-tech scanner sought for Mount Saint Joseph Hospital

A physician once called one of B.C.'s oldest computed tomography scanners a “non-invasive diagnostic workhorse.”

Lights of Hope at St. Paul's Hospital kicks off with fireworks

Thousands of people gathered outside St. Paul’s Hospital on Burrard Street yesterday evening to watch the fireworks display marking the start of this year’s Lights of Hope display.

Brilliant! Vancouver's Show of Love for Mental Health (St. Paul's Hospital Foundation)

Now in its third year, the annual Brilliant! fundraiser and fashion show is unlike any other in Vancouver.

BC Supreme Court Re-establishes Access to Diacetylmorphine (Heroin) Assisted Treatment

VANCOUVER, May 29, 2014 — The Supreme Court of British Columbia has re-established access to diacetylmorphine (heroin) assisted treatment following an injunction application by Providence Health Care (Providence) and the PIVOT Legal Society on behalf of five patients who had exited the SALOME (Study to Assess Longer-term Opioid Medication Effectiveness) study.

B.C. introduces first-of-its-kind mental health and addiction supports

March 20, 2014: New 24/7, specialized mental health area in St. Paul's Emergency Department strengthens care for people suffering from severe mental health and addiction challenges.

Award-winning unit gets $400,000 facelift to improve patient care

Mount Saint Joseph Hospital (MSJ) is celebrating the completion of nearly half a million dollars in renovations on its award-winning Geriatric Medicine Unit.

Mount Saint Joseph Hospital is celebrating the completion of nearly half a million dollars in renovations on its award-winning Geriatric Medicine Unit.  

Innovative Vancouver addiction medicine program receives international accreditation

St. Paul’s Hospital Goldcorp Fellowship in Addiction Medicine will be the first in Western Canada to be accredited by American Board of Addiction Medicine

$520,000 raised for specialized scanner at Mount Saint Joseph

This year's Feast of Fortune fundraiser brought in $521,326 for Vancouver's Mount Saint Joseph Hospital. Ann Adams, CEO of Tapestry Foundation, said a 3D scanner will be purchased in the next few months and the extra money raised will go to the hospital's breast care centre.

 

2013 Scotiabank Feast of Fortune

Mount Saint Joseph Hospital’s Rapid Access Breast Clinic (RABC) will soon benefit from $521,326 raised at Tapestry Foundation for Health Care's 2013 Scotiabank Feast of Fortune. Proceeds will support the purchase of a 3D ultrasound breast scanner for the RABC. 

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