The BC government announced $5 million to support the creation of the new BC Centre on Substance Use at St. Paul’s, which is being augmented by a $1 million donation by Peter M. Bull, along with a pledge to help raise $4 million more with St. Paul’s Foundation.
Early planning is now underway between the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences at St. Paul’s (CHÉOS) and BGI, one of the world’s foremost genomics organizations, to engage in a research partnership in which precision medicine will be an area of focus.
Breakthrough work in biomarkers continues in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at St. Paul’s.
Dr. Oviedo-Joekes and her colleagues at the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences at St. Paul’s (CHÉOS) are providing options—and hope—in some of the darkest days of the opioid crisis.
Meet Sherry. After a lifelong mystery heart condition, a referral to St. Paul’s changed everything as she became the historic 1,000th lead extraction patient.
St. Paul’s Foundation’s 19th annual Lights of Hope fundraising campaign raised more than $3 million to date this holiday season.
A newborn in intensive care, a gift from the maternity ward, and a Grandmother’s act of kindness. Read one family’s story from their time in the St. Paul’s NICU.
For one family, Lights of Hope is an opportunity to reflect, to leave a legacy—and to teach the next generation
This is the story of four daughters and their mother making a gift to Lights of Hope to honour their late father and creating a family tradition of giving.
The Dudes Club connects men living in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside with health care providers, especially men who may have fallen off the grid because of substance use issues.
On Thursday, November 24, a thousand people waited in front of St. Paul’s for the spectacular lights and fireworks show that is the annual Lights of Hope lighting ceremony.