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Beulah Gardens recognized for their great adult day centre

I am writing to tell you how life-changing the Adult Day Centre at Beulah Gardens has been for my mother …

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VCH Food Standards affect more than just the DTES

“VCH provides a range of food offerings to clients through our many programs and funded services in the community,” says Bonnie Wilson, Director, Inner City. “We can’t solve the complex issues surrounding food, but we can do our part in the community to define what high-quality food programming means to us as an organization.”

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North Vancouver’s HealthConnection Clinic lauded for its innovative approach in treating vulnerable patients

College of Family Physicians of Canada highlights North Van clinic for its team-based primary care approach.

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Banfield Pavilion makes good use of Virtual Reality goggles

Technology that transports house-bound residents to a place that brings them joy. That’s a beautiful thing.

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VCH is focusing on our Dementia Family Caregivers

With a vision to improve the wellbeing and increase the resilience of dementia caregivers, the VCH Older Adult Mental Health & Substance Use (OAMHSU) Program has piloted the CARERS program, in collaboration with Providence Health Care.

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North Shore Quick Response Team (QRT) puts ‘Home is Best’ philosophy into action

Teamwork between LGH’s ED iCare team and QRT ensures patients get the right care, in the right place by the right provider.

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The future is here

More than 400 staff and physicians gathered for Innovations in Health Care, Vancouver’s All-Staff Forum on how we’re using technology to transform patient care.

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[VIDEO] Innovation Fair a crowdpleaser

It was standing room only at Vancouver’s Innovation Fair on February 28.

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Shining an international spotlight on elder care

World-renowned VCH geriatrician Dr. Roger Wong speaks at 2018 TEDxStanleyPark conference about helping seniors live longer at home.

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Peer Reference Group helped shaped new model of care in DTES

One of the main objectives of having a Peer Reference Group was to improve decision making and service design through the planning and implementation stage.

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