Providence In The News

Changes coming to mental health and addictions recovery

Some big changes are coming to the Lower Mainland in the hopes of getting a better handle on mental health issues and addictions recovery.

British Columbians should make health care contributions now to avoid $384 billion shortfall: report

As B.C.’s population ages, the province’s health care debt is estimated to reach $384 billion over the next half century, says a new report.

Ethical crisis brewing in Canada’s healthcare system (Dr. Peter Dodek, St. Paul's Hospital)

Moral distress over life and death decisions in the ICU is taking a toll on doctors and nurses.

Doctors and nurses working with critically ill patients suffer moral distress, research finds (Dr. Peter Dodek, St. Paul's Hospital)

Five years ago, Canadian critical care specialist Dr. Daren Heyland walked out of an intensive care unit and never went back.

2014 Poppy Campiagn was a big success (Brock Fahrni)

Editor: On behalf of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 21 Langley, I would like to thank everyone who made this year’s Poppy Campaign such a wonderful success.

CTV News at Six for Dec. 16 (St. Paul's Hospital)

Dal “Santa” Richards visits St. Paul's Hospital.

A drug to help stop wrinkles and aging? UBC scientists raising hopes (Providence Health Care)

A team of scientists at the University of British Columbia and Providence Health Care is raising hopes for a drug that will prevent aging and  wrinkles.

Video: Conversations that Matter — Successful treatment strategies to fight HIV/AIDS (Dr. Julio Montaner)

This week, Dr. Julio Montaner of the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS discusses the successful treatment strategies adopted by the centre.

Want to reduce wait times? Operate on people, say frustrated Burnaby surgeons in bid for new health authority (Providence Health Care)

Burnaby Hospital surgeons blame the facility’s long surgical wait lists on a lack of funding from the Fraser Health Authority and feel the hospital would be better served under a different health authority.

Photos: St. Paul's Hospital sparkles with Lights of Hope

The spectacular display returns to St. Paul's Hospital for the 17th year, running until January 12, 2015.


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