Providence Health Care

From The Daily Scan: The Year Everything Changed

A year ago today, health care as we know it was upended.

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a COVID-19 pandemic. Strict measures were imposed everywhere, including in BC hospitals and care homes.

Providence Health Care, under intense pressure to keep patients, residents and staff safe, quickly adapted with numerous changes. READ MORE.

 

Construction begins for new St. Paul's Hospital

VANCOUVER, MARCH 8, 2021 - Improved access to life-saving health care in downtown Vancouver takes another leap forward as construction kicks off for the new St. Paul's Hospital at the Jim Pattison Medical Centre, the largest hospital redevelopment project in B.C.'s history.

The new St. Paul's will continue to serve people in Vancouver and BC as an internationally renowned, full-service, acute-care hospital and integrated health campus. READ MORE. 

INDIGENOUS WELLNESS PROGRAM

The Indigenous Wellness Program at Providence Health Care supports self-identified Indigenous patients and families by providing access to traditional cultural practices and community supports. The team also provides a critical role supporting service providers to understand principles of cultural safety and humility and apply them to care. READ MORE.

B.C. launches interdisciplinary COVID-19 Care Network with three dedicated clinics

VANCOUVER, JANUARY 22, 2021 - British Columbians who are recovering from COVID-19 now have access to three post-COVID-19 recovery clinics at St. Paul’s Hospital (SPH), Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), and the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre in Surrey. READ MORE.