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Santa comes early to St. Paul's Maternity!

In what has become a well-known Vancouver Christmas tradition, Santa Claus (Dal Richards) visited the Maternity Centre at St. Paul's Hospital on Tuesday, December 17.

In what has become a well-known Vancouver Christmas tradition, Santa Claus (Dal Richards) visited the Maternity Centre at St. Paul's Hospital on Tuesday, December 17.

Partner with us - volunteer as a Patient and Family Partner

Providence is recruiting Patient and Family Partner volunteers to make the care we provide to patients and their families even better

Providence is recruiting Patient and Family Partner volunteers to make the care we provide to patients and their families even better

$17.2 Million for St. Paul’s Hospital Upgrades

St. Paul’s Hospital will benefit from $17.2 million to replace aging electrical infrastructure and elevators, providing stability and consistent care for patients.

St. Paul’s Hospital will benefit from $17.2 million to replace aging electrical infrastructure and elevators, providing stability and consistent care for patients

Legalization sparks boom in once-stigmatized field of marijuana research (BCCSU)

Dr. Mark Ware has devoted the past 20 years of his career to studying marijuana, and he can remember some “dark, lean” periods when he had to fight for meagre funding.

Boom in marijuana research (BCCSU)

Dr. Mark Ware has devoted the past 20 years of his career to studying marijuana, and he can remember some “dark, lean” periods when he had to fight for meagre funding.

Richmond chefs’ tasty creations fundraise for health care (FOF, SPH)

Dozens of charity galas sweep through the Lower Mainland every winter, so what makes guests decide to spend their hard-earned money attending an extravagant dinner?

Calgary woman's mystery illness was rare cannabinoid syndrome: What is it? (Dr. Joseph Finkler, SPH)

A Calgary woman received a surprising diagnosis when she wound up in the ER after vomiting 30 times in a single day.

Study Supports One-Hour Observation Rule For Naloxone Recipients (SPH)

Naloxone, a medication that can quickly reverse opioid overdose, has saved tens of thousands of lives in the past two decades. But how soon after treatment should a patient be released?

B.C. nurses opposed to tentative contract want more staff, not necessarily more money (SPH)

A vocal group of frustrated nurses is threatening to reject a three-year tentative contract with the provincial government because it doesn’t come with written guarantees that more nurses will be hired for short-staffed hospital units.

The Kindness of Strangers -- Early Edition with Stephen Quinn (Annemarie Kaan)

Listen to the Early Edition with Stephen Quinn on CBC.

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