Acute Care Short-term treatment for a severe injury, illness, urgent medical condition, or during recovery from surgery.
Critical Care Specialized treatment for people with life-threatenting injuries or illnesses.
Primary Care First point of contact care in the health care system usually a clinic or family doctor.
Community Care Services that help people to receive care at home instead of a hospital or long-term care facility.
Academic Health Sciences Centre A partnership between one or more universities and health care providers focussing on research, clinical services, education and training.
Integrated Care A global trend in health care aimed at reducing fragmentation of services and enabling better more coordinated and continuous care.

the new St. Pauls

Re-imagining St. Paul’s Hospital and health campus with patients at the heart of the plan

The new St. Paul’s Hospital and health campus will be the most innovative approach to the delivery of integrated care in B.C. and Canada, designed to appropriately address the future health needs of patients, families and our communities. From hospital care to primary and community health solutions, the new St. Paul’s Hospital and health campus will continue to lead innovations in care, research and teaching.

The new St. Paul’s Hospital is expected to open in 2027.

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Design and construction team chosen for the Clinical Support and Research Centre at new St. Paul’s Hospital

The delivery team has been selected for the design and construction of the Clinical Support and Research Centre (CSRC).

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A Western Canadian first: new automated AI-based lab system to transform care at St. Paul’s Hospital and beyond

A sophisticated new laboratory workstation at St. Paul’s Hospital is using artificial intelligence and robots for repetitive tasks to let humans do the complex work.

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Newsletter: Looking Ahead to 2024

Last year, we saw the hospital rise up from the ground and announced our new state-of-the-art research centre. What can you expect this year?

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Key benefits of the new St. Paul's Hospital and health campus

Reduced wait times

Better quality care

Better health outcomes

Better experience for our patients

Improved value for health care dollars

Reduced wait times

Better quality care

Better health outcomes

Better experience for our patients

Improved value for health care dollars

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The new St. Paul’s Hospital and health campus will be designed with patients at the centre. It will be more streamlined and intuitive, allowing patients to spend their time receiving the care they need and less time and energy trying to navigate a complex system.

We acknowledge with gratitude that the new St. Paul’s Hospital on the Jim Pattison Medical Campus will be built on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.​

Transforming patient care means new programs and services are aimed at keeping people healthy in their own community. Care will come to them, when and where it’s needed. It will use technology to focus on treatment through teamwork with patients and their families, leading to faster and better healing.

The health campus will focus on sustainability and resiliency. It will be a cornerstone for health innovation in the False Creek Flats. New walking and cycling paths as well as easily-accessible transit options will connect the campus to the rest of the community, the City and the entire province.

Questions? Please contact us by email at thenewstpauls@providencehealth.bc.ca.

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