redevelopment

Southern Railway of BC (SRY) Continues to Support Areas of Greatest Need at RCH

Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY) is a major transporter of freight in British Columbia. Based in New Westminster, they […]

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Quay Pacific Continues to Support Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation with More Than $10K Donation

Since 1998, Quay Pacific has provided strata & rental management and real estate services to communities throughout Greater Vancouver. They […]

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Constructing a crown jewel

Building bridges was Michael Kazda’s first career choice coming out of engineering school. But his path over the years has instead led him to a field that he considers more challenging but equally gratifying: the construction of hospitals. He’s overseen a few so far across the country, including the multi-storey Acute Care Tower currently being built at Royal Columbian Hospital.

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Transformation

The ‘crown jewel’ of Royal Columbian Hospital’s $1.49 billion redevelopment – a new Acute Care Tower – is increasingly taking shape since construction started in 2021.

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Giving Tuesday gratitude follows $405K in gifts to Royal Columbian

New Westminster, B.C. – {December 3, 2021} – Donors to Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation have demonstrated record-breaking generosity during Giving […]

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Construction starts on next phase of Royal Columbian Hospital revitalization

New Westminster, B.C. – {March 3, 2021} –Work is underway on a new acute care tower as the redevelopment of […]

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Planning for a pandemic

Pandemics and infection control measures have long been on the radar of healthcare planners. Previous international outbreaks, including SARS and Ebola, have made the topic a key consideration in the design of hospitals, including Royal Columbian Hospital’s current $1.49 billion redevelopment.

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Lasting memories

When the Royal Columbian Hospital School of Nursing opened its nurses’ residence in Sherbrooke Centre in 1963, guests would present themselves to the ‘house mother’ who used an intercom to alert young nursing students.

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Company puts a spark in cardiac care

  New Westminster, B.C. – {October 6, 2020} – Mott Electric is showing its heart by making a $10,000 donation […]

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Jennie & John Hik’s Story

John and Jennie Hik were high school sweethearts. Married for almost 61 years, they shared a deep affection for Royal Columbian Hospital and a decades-long commitment to supporting patient care.

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