Richmond News

New Research Facilitator for Richmond

Richmond’s new Research Facilitator Cynthia Thomson will build clinician research capacity, develop and promote research teams, and support the health services research evaluation within the CoC.

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Richmond to open its first CHC

Richmond may have its first operational Community Health Centre by late 2018.

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And the “Recognize a Nurse” winners are…

More than 200 Richmond nurses were nominated by their colleagues for providing outstanding care across Richmond in the inaugural “Nominate a Nurse” campaign. Read the story to see who won the prize draw.

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RH Auxiliary buys a piece of history

Richmond Hospital Healthcare Auxiliary buy the former Methodist Church in Steveston. It is now the permanent home of the group’s successful Thrift Store.

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Free bike tune ups at Richmond Hospital

Get ready for Bike to Work Week by prepping your wheels with a free bike tune up at Richmond Hospital.

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Influence of Partner Advisors grows in Richmond MHSU

VCH Richmond marks Mental Health Week, May 1 to 7, with a record number of Patient Advisors now embedded into Mental Health and Substance Use services and programs. The milestone underscores the Richmond MHSU core value that clients and families have a critical role to play in planning, evaluating and delivering services.

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Patients & staff can vote, May 9, at Richmond Hospital

Yes, patients and staff can vote at Richmond Hospital on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, BC’s general election day.

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Richmond nurses celebrate compassion & caring

May 8 to 14 is National Nurses Week. Take a minute to “Nominate a Nurse” and recognize them for their hard work and dedication to their profession. Your nomination qualifies your nominee and yourself to be entered into a draw for some great prizes. The nomination period runs until May 14. Winners of the prize draw will be announced in VCH News on May 18.

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Sleeping on the street to support homeless youth

Richmond surgeon Dr. Robyn Watts is sleeping on the street for the second time in two years to support homeless youth.

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From newbie to webbie: Minoru seniors take to technology

The new Wise Webbie program at Minoru Residence highlights community partnerships, inter-generational learning, and connecting seniors to new technology.

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