St. Paul’s Hospital extends its vision of compassionate care to patients in need around the world.
Author: Melissa Edwards
At St. Paul’s Hospital, we’re pioneering new, minimally invasive treatments for nasopharyngeal cancer, and esophageal and stomach cancers that disproportionately affect Asian Canadians.
St. Paul’s earliest nurses would likely marvel at the sophisticated technology and advances in patient care since they began treating patients in 1907. But what they would still recognize is PHC’s long-held tradition of providing compassionate care to everyone who needs it.