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The opportunity to build a completely new medical campus in BC will not happen again in our lifetimes, and we share a deep responsibility to deliver it. Your gift will have an impact today and for generations to come.

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We are at the forefront of both research and clinical care. Working adjacent to the hospital, we can easily take discoveries in the lab and translate them into better treatments for our patients.

Dr. Bradley Quon

Clinician-scientist at St. Paul’s Hospital, medical director of the Cystic Fibrosis Adult Care Program, and researcher at the Centre for Heart and Lung Innovation

When the doors to the CSRC open, our renowned doctors and scientists will have a facility to work in that is worthy of their talents, distinction, and passion.

It will allow us to deliver a continuum of care on our campus: acute care in the hospital, outpatient care in our clinics, and follow-up visits – in-person or remotely – with specialists from their offices.

While we’ve received tremendous support from the Province of BC to cover about half the cost, St. Paul’s Foundation is partnering with philanthropic community builders to raise $88M to bring the vision of the CSRC to life.

The time is now to join us and support this once-in-a-generation opportunity for our health and the health of our loved ones.

We can’t change the world if all the great work done by our renowned researchers stays in the lab. There’s nothing else in Canada comparable to what we’re planning. If you’re involved in health care research in BC – as a scientist, a partner, or a patient— this is the place to be.

Dr. Darryl Knight

President, Providence Research; vice-president, research and academic affairs, Providence Health Care; and associate dean, research, faculty of medicine, University of British Columbia

Innovation is a team sport. We need your help to make this dynamic, life-changing, purpose-built medical campus a reality.

The impact of your gift will not stop at St. Paul’s Hospital. Your support will have a ripple effect and elevate the care for patients with complex, chronic diseases worldwide.

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