Your gift helps close the gaps
Unfortunately, many of the essentials needed to provide exceptional care are not funded through traditional channels. Your gift helps close those gaps.Your donation saves lives across BC!
You help people across BC
Your gift supports innovative research, critical training programs, compassionate care for patients, and life-enriching activities for residents in long-term care.Your gift improves lives
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Patient-centred programs funded by your gifts to Greatest Needs
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Areas of Care
With your support, we’re transforming health care for every patient, staff member, and department. Here are some of the most life-changing.
Building for the FutureLearn more
We’re building incredible new spaces that will transform the future of medicine, research, and seniors care for British Columbians. Together, we’re changing everything.
Digestive HealthLearn more
Across St. Paul’s Hospital, multi-disciplinary teams are saving and improving the lives of patients with diabetes, colon cancer, IBD, and GI issues. This specialized care truly sets St. Paul’s apart.
Greatest NeedsLearn more
Hope and compassion are never in short supply at Providence Health Care. Sadly, the same cannot be said of other essentials necessary for exceptional care. That’s where you come in!
St. Paul’s Hospital is a lifeline for adults living with heart and disease, heart transplant, and congenital heart defects. We treat the most complex cases from across BC and Yukon and are pioneers in life-saving cardiac research.
Thanks to the incredible clinician-researchers at St. Paul’s, British Columbians with COPD, cystic fibrosis, asthma, and other lung diseases, can breathe a little easier.
Mental HealthLearn more
For people experiencing a mental health crisis, accessing the right care when they need it can be extremely challenging. At St. Paul’s Hospital, we offer supportive, low-barrier access and acceptance.
Research and InnovationLearn more
Right now, clinician-scientists at Providence Health Care are pursuing some of the world’s most exciting research in heart, lung, and critical care diseases. It’s a golden age of discovery.
Seniors Care and Healthy AgingLearn more
Seniors care is moving in a whole new direction. Our model supports older adults to live with dignity, independence, and autonomy at home and, if the time comes, in home-like long-term care.
Substance UseLearn more
No family is immune from the toxic drug crisis. St. Paul’s Hospital has specialized teams and programs to support every journey of recovery with evidence-based strategies, harm-reduction, education, and compassion.
Surgery and Complex CareLearn more
Breast care. Maternity. Hearing. Sinus. Ophthalmology. Patients come from across BC for exceptional care in these areas and more. In fact, Providence Health Care is a provincial – and often national and international – leader in this specialized care.
There are so many high-impact ways to save and improve lives. Look here for giving opportunities that reflect what matters most to you.
New St. Paul’s HospitalThe largest, most life-changing health care project in BC history.
Providence Research InstituteThe gateway to a once-in-a-lifetime circle of research, discovery, treatment, and compassionate care.
Providence Living Place, Together by the SeaA radical new approach to long-term care.
Your support means everything to our patients, residents, families, caregivers, and researchers. Read their stories and see your generosity in action.
I can’t have a heart condition! We have places to go!
Research + Innovation
Research & Innovation Roundup
Mental Health + Substance Use
The broken places are where the light gets in
Transforming kidney care by putting patients first
Seniors + Healthy Aging
“As a researcher, I can tell you that research is exactly like clinical care: it has to begin and end with the patient. And with our patient partners, the Providence Research Institute will allow us to fast-track discoveries from labs and bedsides in Vancouver, to patients across BC and beyond. ”
Dr. Darryl Knight
Vice-President, Research and Academic Affairs; President, Providence Research