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 residential home, offering emergency services, acute care, residential care, ambulatory care services and a full range of diagnostic services.
St. Vincent’s: Langara is a complex care residential 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 only 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.
On January 22, 2021, a COVID-19 outbreak was declared on 7C of St. Paul’s Hospital, an in-patient Medicine unit.
St. Paul’s currently has three areas where an outbreak has been declared: The Heart Centre’s 5A, 5B and CSICU units, the Renal program’s 6B unit, and the Medicine program’s 7C unit.
St. Paul’s Hospital remains open to safely receive and care for everyone who requires urgent and emergent care. At this time, there is no impact on other areas of St. Paul’s Hospital beyond these areas. Patients are urged not to delay seeking care to avoid exacerbating their conditions.
As with any outbreak in this region, strict infection prevention and control protocols have been immediately implemented on 7C to prevent further spread of the virus. READ MORE.
On January 20, a COVID-19 outbreak was declared on Unit 6B of St. Paul’s Hospital’s Renal Unit, an inpatient ward.
The hospital is currently managing an outbreak on its 5A, 5B and CSICU units.
St. Paul’s Hospital remains open to safely receive and care for everyone who requires urgent and emergent care. At this time, there is no impact to other areas of St. Paul’s Hospital. Patients are urged not to delay in seeking care to avoid exacerbating their conditions.
With regard to the 6B outbreak, patient care and services are being maintained other areas of the Renal Unit that are not affected by the outbreak.
The affected unit is closed to new admissions and transfers at this time. All visitation has been suspended until the outbreak measures have been lifted, except for compassionate (end-of-life) visits. READ MORE.
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.
In addition to the direct care provided to patients, the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) has provincial oversight for coordination and for integrating knowledge and best practice at the clinics through a new Interdisciplinary COVID-19 Care Network (ICCN).
Minister of Health Adrian Dix says, “We know some people who recover from COVID-19 experience long-term health effects. Through the dedication of a large team of experts and health leaders across the province, we are working to ensure that specialized care is available to British Columbians, when they need it.” READ MORE.
On January 10, the COVID-19 outbreak declared January 4 on Unit 5A of the St. Paul’s Heart Centre was extended to include Unit 5B and the Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit (CSICU).
St. Paul’s Hospital remains open to safely receive and care for all individuals who require urgent and emergent care. At this time, there is no impact to other areas of St. Paul’s Hospital. Patients are urged not to delay in seeking care to avoid exacerbating their conditions.
Patient care and services are being maintained in the areas of the Heart Centre that are not affected by the outbreaks. READ MORE.