Here—in one single place—you can keep a pulse on the latest that’s happening to advance children’s health care. You’ll see how fundraising dollars are being spent and learn about some of our most recent strides.
Kelsey, a registered nurse at BC Children’s Hospital, shares a cool moment that happened with two teenage patients.
To thank BC Children’s Hospital for saving Lauren’s life, her family organized an enormous garage sale that raised over $50,000 for the hospital.
As a long-time Girl Guides leader, it makes perfect sense that Joan Glass planned out her life for decades, including a legacy gift to express the gratitude she felt for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Hyperpolarized xenon functional pulmonary magnetic resonance imaging (XeMRI) scans are a cutting-edge technology that represents a huge advancement in characterizing lung diseases by revealing a much higher level of detail than other lung function tests, allowing for more precise diagnoses.
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The Diabetes Transformation Project at BC Children’s Hospital is taking a multi-faceted approach to transforming pediatric diabetes care for kids and their families across BC.
When BC Children’s Hospital opened the new Teck Acute Care Centre (Teck ACC) in fall 2017, it was a “game-changer”—a state-of-the-art facility designed to transform how health care is provided to children. Five years later, Teck ACC has exceeded expectations.
Thanks to an incredible $1 million gift from the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, the burn care suite at BC Children’s Hospital is changing the lives of young burn patients like Keira.
In April 2022 Dr. Steven Miller accepted the position of Chief of Pediatrics and Hudson Family Hospital Chair in Pediatric Medicine at BC Children’s Hospital. We sat down with Dr. Miller to talk about the defining moments of his life, his vision of the future of BC Children’s and his sources of inspiration.
As a newborn, Quinn faced enormous challenges—complications so severe they threatened to take her life before it even started. But she battled back, with the help of BC Children’s Hospital, and won.