St. Paul’s Hospital
St. Paul’s Hospital is an acute care, academic and research hospital located in downtown Vancouver. With over 500 acute care beds in use and home to many world-class medical and surgical programs, the hospital serves both the local community and patients from across B.C. Its downtown location brings many of Vancouver’s tourists and visitors to its doors. As well, St. Paul’s also has a longstanding history of providing care to disadvantaged populations. Learn more…
Vancouver General Hospital
Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) offers specialized health care services to residents in Vancouver and across the province. VGH is also a teaching hospital, affiliated with the University of British Columbia and home to one of the largest research institutes in Canada.
Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre
This state-of-the-art 300-bed centre replaces the aging MSA Hospital. At 60,000 square metres, the building is almost three times the size of the old hospital and provides MRI services, general surgery, nuclear medicine, renal dialysis, specialized obstetrics and nursery care, pediatric services and other specialized services. It is the first time in Western Canada that a cancer centre has been integrated with a hospital from the ground up.
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital
Penticton Regional Hospital
Royal Columbian Hospital
New Westminster, BC
Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH) provides the highest level of care to the most seriously ill and injured patients from the Fraser Health region, across the Lower Mainland and the province. RCH is a provincially designated trauma, heart and neurosciences centre for the region and a regional referral centre for orthopaedics, high-risk maternity and advanced kidney care. RCH is also a UBC teaching hospital with a newly expanded Clinical Academic Campus.
Royal Inland Hospital
Royal Jubilee Hospital
University Hospital of Northern BC
Prince George, BC