Richmond News

Go with the flow: sign up for yoga

A 4-week session of Vinyasa Power Flow yoga gets underway in mid September at Richmond Hospital. All levels welcome!

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Winners of the August Birthday Draw

Meet the 3 lucky winners of the this month’s Birthday Draw in Richmond.

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Linking local gardens to healthy eating habits

Dr. James Lu will join Richmond Schoolyard Society founder Chef Ian Lai and others at an upcoming fundraising event to talk about how schoolyard garden programs give children the chance to learn about the food they eat and helps them make healthy choices the easy choice.

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Local radio celebs bring coffee party to hospital team

Claudia won a coffee party from VIRGIN radio for everyone in her office at Richmond Hospital – what a great way to start the week!

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Mrs Global Chinese tours hospital Birth Centre

Mrs. Global Chinese Pageant winner Candy Zeng participated in a special tour of Richmond Hospital’s state-of-the-art Birth Centre.

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Starbucks’ Treat Receipt ends next week

Looking for something to help you keep cool during the dog days of August? At Richmond Hospital, your Starbucks’ receipt will get you an afternoon treat at a sweet discount until the 26th of the month.

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Congratulations to our latests Payroll Payoff Winner

Christine Deziel is $400 richer . . . and so is Richmond Hospital!

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Two new vendors join the August line up

The two new vendors joining us this month are Scrub Depot, selling medical uniforms, and Norwex who sell eco friendly cleaning products and personal care items.

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Three nursing students receive bursaries

Congratulations to the students who have received the 2012 bursary awards from the Richmond Hospital & Healthcare Auxiliary. Tonie Castro received $1,500; Jocelyn Ang received $500; and Kevin Chi received $1,000. They are all pursuing studies in the field of nursing, and all are volunteers at Richmond Hospital.

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Down the garden path to health and healing

The therapeutic garden at Banfield Pavilion is much more than a garden. Rather, it’s a place of healing that’s shown its power to help elderly residents live happier, healthier and more meaningful lives. How it started Established under the guidance of VCH horticultural activity worker Shelagh Smith, the Banfield therapeutic garden is one of a […]

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