BGI at Shenzhen, Providence Health Care, St. Paul’s Foundation and partners plan joint research initiative VANCOUVER, BC, Canada and SHENZHEN, China – Five leading health and research organizations in British Columbia and the world’s largest genomics organization, based in China, have formed a global partnership to bring together advanced technologies and individualized therapy for cancer […]
Each November, families from St. Paul’s and all across Vancouver join together to celebrate the start of the Christmas season at our Lights of Hope lighting ceremony and community celebration. Christmas music is a big part of it, and new for this year, we’re pleased to introduce the Lights of Hope Chorus! The Lights of […]
Having been diagnosed with anorexia at age 18, today Sierra, now 22, embraces her role in increasing awareness for disordered eating and body image disorders.
St. Paul’s Foundation’s annual fundraising gala Brilliant raised a record $1.5 million at its sold out event, held earlier this evening.
The team at the Inner City Youth (ICY) program at St. Paul’s continues to innovate—and one way they do it is by involving closely in their work the same young people they help.
This year’s Strike out Heart Disease, the fundraising partnership between St. Paul’s Foundation and the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club, raised $115,000 to support the provincial Heart Centre at St. Paul’s.
St. Paul’s has become a world leader in the retrieval and insertion of new leads, with Dr. Bashir, Cardiovascular Surgeon at St. Paul’s, recently performing the 1,000th lead extraction!
Dialysis requires up to three four-hour sessions every week, so Art Cart was dreamed up as an activity to help patients pass the time, something to do other than read, watch TV or sleep. No one, however, expected the emergence of 30 artists!
St. Paul’s transplant recipient running Yukon road race to raise funds and awareness of Polycystic Kidney DiseaseSeptember 4th, 2016
“Some days I would feel pressure on my lungs and it would be hard to breathe,” says Trudy Burdess, a polycystic kidney disease sufferer who was the recipient of a kidney transplant at St. Paul’s in 2015. Read her story here.
Of the 255 patients who present at the St. Paul’s Teck Emergency Centre every day, about 30 have psychiatric issues. These patients need complex, specialized psychiatric care. But when a crisis occurs, Emergency is where these patients go (or are brought, repeatedly). Meeting the needs of Vancouver’s most vulnerable The HUB at St. Paul’s will […]