Darren and his wife Leanne have raised more than $18,000 for the Colorectal Cancer Clinic at St. Paul’s through the rally and sales of their cookbook. The funds were used to help purchase a second Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery Insufflator (TEM), a surgical device that enables surgeons to perform minimally invasive rectal cancer operations resulting in faster patient recovery times.
Foundry will dramatically improve access to care and support services for youth in BC aged 12 to 24. All donations to St. Paul’s Foundation in support of Foundry will be matched, up to $500,000, from now until May 31, 2017.
St. Paul’s Foundation is pleased to announce its amalgamation with Tapestry Foundation under the St. Paul’s Foundation banner to support all health care services at Providence Health Care.
Dr. Kanna Hayashi has been named the inaugural St. Paul’s Chair in Substance Use Research at the BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU).
Trevor Finch wants his kids to know the importance of giving back. That’s why the Finch’s make giving a family affair.
St. Paul’s Foundation today announced the largest donation in Canadian history by a private citizen to a single medical facility. This donation will support the transformation of health care for British Columbians with the creation of the new St. Paul’s at the Jim Pattison Medical Centre
“A crisis event, like an overdose, is the moment when a patient’s motivation to make changes is very high,” says Dr. Evan Wood, Director of the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use. “Yet, too many times,” he says, “we have watched patients leave the hospital knowing the additional support they need to make those changes is […]
Read how one St. Paul’s patient found a living Kidney donor match in a very unexpected place!
Heart and Stroke Foundation commits $500,000 to support First Nations Health Authority Chair in Heart Health and Wellness at St. Paul’sMarch 8th, 2017
Heart & Stroke has committed $500,000 to support the First Nations Health Authority Chair in Heart Health and Wellness at St. Paul’s to support closing the gap in Indigenous health.
Being on hemodialysis can turn your schedule upside down, add in food restrictions due to little or no kidney function and finding time to cook can be a challenge. Learn what St. Paul’s dietitians are doing to help renal patients stay healthy.