Menu

In the News

PROVIDENCE IN THE NEWS

FROM THE DAILY SCAN

Mother’s Day is this Sunday. And while it is traditionally a time to celebrate the women who care for us, it is important to remember that pregnancy and new motherhood may have a darker, more challenging side. 

FROM THE DAILY SCAN: “WE’RE CONSTANTLY CHALLENGING THIS IDEA THAT PALLIATIVE CARE IS SPECIFICALLY FOR THOSE WHO ARE DYING”

Two members of the Providence Health Care’s Palliative Outreach and Consult Team (POCT), were seconded to various sites across the Lower Mainland to help staff meet the complex needs of vulnerable residents stricken by the virus.

PROVIDENCE IN THE NEWS

FROM THE DAILY SCAN: SURGICAL TEAM CREATES SOLUTIONS FOR HARD OF HEARING PATIENTS AS MASKS LEAVE LIP-READERS IN THE DARK

After a cochlear implant patient expressed that she couldn’t understand anyone because she usually reads lips and everyone was wearing masks, the Surgical Day Care team took quick action improve the patient experience.

JACK’S SONG: ST. JOHN HOSPICE RESIDENT WRITES ODE TO VANCOUVER

Jack Roche, a 91-year-old resident at St. John Hospice, is proof you’re never too old to try new things. He’s just composed his first song about his beloved Vancouver.

PROVIDENCE IN THE NEWS

FROM THE DAILY SCAN: VOLUNTEERS BRING NEW LIFE TO HOSPITAL GARDEN

The once neglected inner courtyard at Mount Saint Joseph Hospital has been lovingly restored thanks to the efforts of a team of amazing volunteers, led by Julien Methot.

Pages