A sudden heart attack. A life-threatening brain tumour. A multi-vehicle collision.
Without warning, life can change in an instant. In these critical moments, two million British Columbians rely on Royal Columbian Hospital.
Royal Columbian Hospital offers highly specialized acute care services including:
- Cardiac Care
- High-Risk Maternity & Neonatal Intensive Care.
No other hospital in the province provides all of these services, at this level of care, on one site.
Royal Columbian Hospital provides the highest level of care to the most critically ill and injured throughout British Columbia.
Proving this level of care requires multiple medical specialists, multidisciplinary care teams, and specialized equipment and technology. Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation’s forward-thinking donors make these leading-edge medical enhancements in complex critical care possible.
We are deeply honoured when those who care about Royal Columbian choose to include Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation in their Will. In creating a lasting legacy at our hospital, you are investing in future innovation in life-saving, critical care.
Contact to Learn More:
Catherine Cornish, Director, Leadership & Legacy Giving
604 970 5931 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
We rely on our donors. You make it possible.
Since 1978, Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation’s donors have funded the state-of-the-art, life-saving medical equipment and technology our hospital needs to deliver the best in care to patients.
Patients like John, Gurcharan, Jenny, and Martin.
“I called to him, and he didn’t move. So then I screamed at him, and I screamed again as I’m racing up the hill to catch up to him.”
“The clot was the largest one I had ever seen in a patient in my career.”
“I just remember my daughters, I have to survive for my daughters, or whatever happens to me or my husband, one of us survives.”
“When you are in a situation that is so scary and unusual, and you have these people at your back that are the best of the best, there’s no words that express how comforting that is.”