Royal Columbian Hospital has relied on the generosity of the community to care for sick and injured British Columbian's since it opened its doors as the Lower Mainland's very first hospital in 1862. Our first recorded appeal dates back to 1863, an ad in the "British Columbian":
Photo - Our first recorded appeal dates back to 1863, an ad in the "British Columbian"
Building on a strong tradition of caring and community support, Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation was established in 1978 to raise funds for the Hospital's first CT Scanner. Today, the RCH Foundation raises more then $5 million each year to fund urgently needed life-saving and diagnostic equipment for RCH.
RCH is one of BC's busiest hospitals, serving 1/3 of the province's total population. With more than 30,000 admissions each year, Royal Columbian must be equipped to service the largest and fastest growing health region in the province. Generous support from the communities we serve will help ensure that RCH can continue to provide the very best care. – less – More from ZoomInfo »