St. Paul’s Hospital

Stroke prevention therapy (Dr. Marc Deyell)

St. Paul's Hospital Cardiologist Dr. Marc Deyell was interviewed by Global News on a new stroke prevention therapy.

Opinion: Public-private sectors collaborate to help vulnerable patients (HUB)

A new, innovative, health-care facility is under construction and slated to open this spring at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver. It will have a positive impact on the lives of people with mental-health and substance-use challenges.

Alcohol, energy drinks a dangerous mix: study (St. Paul's Hospital)

Step away from the Red Bull and vodka: Mixing alcohol with highly caffeinated energy drinks might provide a dangerous buzz, putting people at increased risk for injury, according to a study by the University of Victoria’s Centre for Addictions Research of B.C. 

Canada 150: 'Underestimate Hedy Fry at your peril'

To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, we are counting down to Canada Day with profiles of 150 noteworthy British Columbians.

HUB at St. Paul’s Hospital to transform emergency access, treatment and follow up for people with mental-health and/or substance-use challenges

HUB marries public and private sector, philanthropy and innovation to better serve vulnerable patients

HUB discussed on CBC's On the Coast

Listen to the HUB discussion on CBC's On the Coast.

St. Paul's Hospital researchers, physicians, leaders and staff recognized during BC Legislature

 In the late 1880s, the Sisters of Providence arrived in Vancouver after hearing of needs in this burgeoning coastal city. When they arrived, they made a plan to meet the needs of people by building a 25-bed hospital. Their mandate, which still lives on, is about seeing suffering, feeling compassion and meeting needs. It's about the people.

New St. Paul's Hospital mentioned during Question Period

New St. Paul's Hospital mentioned during Question Period

Canada's Fentanyl Crisis: A Conversation with Dr. Christopher Fairgrieve

Dr. Christopher Fairgrieve is a member of British Columbia's Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS.

Surge in Vancouver drug deaths prompts Catholic response

After hundreds of lethal drug overdoses in British Columbia in the last year, the Archbishop of Vancouver has said Catholics must act to help those addicted to opioids and other drugs.


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