Providence Health Care has completed the sale of its property at the site of 1081 Burrard Street, the location of St. Paul’s Hospital, to Concord Pacific through a rigorous sale process to generate nearly $1 billion in total.
St. Paul’s Hospital is an acute care, teaching and research hospital located in downtown Vancouver. It is home to many world-class medical and surgical programs, including heart and lung services, HIV/AIDS, mental health, emergency, critical care, kidney care, elder care and numerous surgical specialties.
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Mount Saint Joseph is an acute care community hospital and long-term care facility, offering emergency services, acute care, long-term care, ambulatory care services and a full range of diagnostic services.
St. Vincent’s: Langara is a complex care long-term care facility located in Vancouver. The residence is home to 197 residents from a variety of cultural backgrounds, as well as a specialized unit serving 20 adult mental health clients.
St. Vincent’s: Brock Fahrni is a long-term care home located on Vancouver’s west side. It is home to 148 residents, many of whom are armed forces veterans. Our programs are greatly enriched by our association with Veterans Affairs Canada, the Royal Canadian Legion and Army Navy Air Force Veterans in Canada.
The Crosstown Clinic is the first clinic in North America to offer medical-grade heroin (diacetylmorphine) and the legal analgesic hydromorphone within a supervised clinical setting to chronic substance use patients.
Providence operates seven community dialysis units in Vancouver and the Coastal regions: in North Vancouver, Powell River, Richmond, Sechelt, Squamish, Vancouver and East Vancouver. These community dialysis units help patients receive this life-saving procedure closer to home.
As leaders within the B.C. health care system, we are united in our grief upon learning the tragic news of the 215 children found at the site of the former Kamloops Residential School this past week. This is the latest heart-wrenching and horrific example of the truth known by Indigenous people for decades. Our thoughts go out to the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc community and to all First Nations people. READ MORE.
From The Daily Scan: The Year Everything Changed
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a COVID-19 pandemic. Providence Health Care quickly adapted with changes across the organization. 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. READ MORE.
Hospice resident, 91, writes his first song
Jack Roche, a 91-year-old resident at St. John Hospice, has composed his first song about his beloved Vancouver with the help of Josh Denny-Keys, music therapist with Providence.