Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation's new CEO a "Forty under 40" winner (St. Paul's Hospital Foundation)

A Business in Vancouver “Forty under 40” award winner will steer the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation through one of the largest hospital redevelopments in Canada.

Jeff Norris was announced as the foundation’s new President & CEO Monday.

Norris earned the award in January for his work at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU), where, since 2006, he has held the positions of chief advancement officer, CEO of the KPU Foundation and executive director of the KPU Alumni Association.

Surrey Memorial Hospital foundation president to be awarded honorary degree by Kwantlen Polytechnic University (Jane Adams, St. Paul’s Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation)

Jane Adams is all about, well, everyone else.
Secretary, President & CEO of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation (SMHF), Adams will be recognized with an honorary degree from Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) this fall for her longtime and outstanding contributions to building a healthy society.

St. Michael’s receives sizeable donation

Residents of a Burnaby care home can look forward to more outings, entertainment and special events thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers who recently donated $12,000 to the centre.   

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.

A Milestone Gift

A longtime resident of Vancouver, the late Robert Kenny wanted to give back to the hospital and community that had cared for him and his partner of 54 years, Earl Crocker. His gift in will to “St. Paul's Hospital Foundation of Vancouver” of $1.25-million is the largest estate gift received to date by the Foundation.


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

Silver Wheaton donates $1.6-million to help St. Paul’s Hospital expand its youth mental health outreach program to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER, BC – Today, Silver Wheaton Corp. announced that it is donating $1.6-million to St. Paul’s Hospital to address an urgent need for mental health services for at-risk youth.

The donation will enable St. Paul’s Inner City Youth Mental Health Program (ICYMHP) to expand its services to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, providing intensive support to 40 youth per year and expand access to mental health services for dozens more. Since 2007, the outreach program has delivered mental health and psychiatric outreach services to homeless youth at agencies in other areas of Vancouver.

St. Paul's Hospital worked with 'military-like precision' treating riot-related injuries

Medical staff worked with "military-like precision" during the Vancouver hockey riot.

Medical staff worked with “military-like precision” during the Vancouver hockey riot to efficiently treat 130 patients suffering from ailments ranging from broken bones to knife wounds

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Remember Me with a Flower

Catherine Cheung at Marion Hospice

Many donations are motivated by the care received at one of our facilities. Catherine Cheung’s was also inspired by her dying aunt’s love of the beautiful flower artwork at Marion Hospice.


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