Richmond Hospital Needs Your Help Today!

Due to the current Canada Post labour dispute, there may be disruptions to regular mail service. Please give generously and donate today.
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Richmond Hospital Foundation Starlight Gala Raises $738,000

Uniting our community more than ever, thank you for being champions of high quality local health care in Richmond
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New Acute Care Tower on way for Richmond

Premier John Horgan new hospital tower is a go!
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Richmond's Top Priority

Richmond Hospital needs a new Acute Care Tower NOW
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Richmond Hospital Needs Your Help Today!

Due to the current Canada Post labour dispute, there may be disruptions to regular mail service. Please give generously and donate today.
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For more than 50 years, Richmond Hospital has been the hub and heart of this community, a community which has cherished and been a champion of ​local health care even before we had a hospital.
Richmond Hospital Foundation is there to ensure the best quality health care is available to us, our family members, friends, and neighbours in Richmond, close to home, for generations to come.

> Learn more about the Foundation

 




Donations directly impact the acute and community care services that Richmond Hospital and Vancouver Coastal Health provides, giving our doctors and medical teams the vital tools they need to provide and enhance the compassionate, lifesaving health care they provide.
Your gift helps ensure Richmond Hospital can provide the best quality health care possible, when we need it the most.

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Code Blue Emergency Training

​CODE BLUE EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

Defibrillator
They are words nobody wants to hear in a hospital: “Code Blue.” But when a patient suffers a cardiac arrest, those words are broadcast throughout the hospital. It’s like hearing alarm bells or the siren of an ambulance. It’s an emergency. Seconds count because a life hangs in the balance. Having properly trained staff to respond on a moment’s notice is essential. So is having the latest state-of-the-art equipment nearby.

> Learn more about Richmond Hospital's Urgent Needs

 





Doug Booth

My name is Doug. My wife, Daphne, and I have lived in Steveston since 1977. We just celebrated our 50th anniversary together and I’ve never felt more in love and grateful for her than I am today. You see, Daphne has helped me fight through some of the worst days of my life. Three years ago, I was diagnosed with malignant melanoma, one of the most aggressive types of cancer.

Doug and Daphne Booth



 


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