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Weekly Reflection December 4 - Change
A small group can change the world
Weekly Reflection December 4 - Life's Ups and Downs
Obstacles can be opportunities and stepping stones
SPH Art & Craft Christmas Sale is Thursday Dec 1st
Find unique one-of-a-kind items at St.Paul's Hospital's popular Art & Craft Christmas Sale on Thursday Dec 1st. Creations include...
Mistletoe Charity Ball Raises $196,900 For Operating Room Advancements
On Saturday, November 19th, the 27th Annual Mistletoe Ball fund raiser raised $196,900 in support of operating room advancements at St. Paul’s Hospital.
Weekly Reflection November 6 - Fear Less
Nothing to be feared. Only understood
Weekly Reflection Nov 18 - Self Care
Celebrating our donors and supporters on National Philanthropy Day
Today is National Philanthropy Day and we would like to thank all our loyal donors and volunteers for their support to St. Paul’s Hospital.
The Gormley Gathering Cocktail Party Raises $222,421 for Cystoscopy Equipment
Thanks to the generosity and support from our community of donors, The Gormley Gathering, presented by PotashCorp on November 7th, raised an astounding $222,421 in support of ...
Mistletoe Ball Excitement As Tickets Almost Sold Out!
The excitement is palpable as preparations get underway for the almost sold out Mistletoe Ball!
Enhancing Patient Education at 4th Annual Urology Symposium
Patients and families who are faced with a diagnosis of prostate cancer were given tools to learn how to ‘Survive & Thrive” at the fourth annual Urology Symposium held on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at the Radisson Hotel.
SK Woman Receives First Neuro System Cochlear Implant in North America
Vi Flatt used to call her husband, Ray, her translator. That was before she received North America’s first Neuro System cochlear implant surgery at St. Paul’s Hospital.
Seeking Input to Better Understand End of Life Care
St. Paul's Hospital is seeking input from patients, families and health care workers to...
Weekly Reflection - Oct 30
Reflection on Joy from Providence Health
Writer New Addition to Healing Arts Program
Since February, Saskatoon writer Kristine Scarrow has been relishing her new role as writer-in residence as part of the Healing Arts Program at St. Paul’s Hospital. An author of two young adult novels and...
Saskatoon Health Region and St. Paul’s Hospital commit to a better healthcare system for First Nations and Métis people
For Saskatoon Health Region employee, Neal Kewistep, seeing the Truth and Reconciliation flag raised will...
Hospital Home Lottery Tickets Sold Out Early!
Showhome open until October 14. Watch the draw for the Grand Prize Showhome November 10 on CTV News at Noon.
SPH Foundation Professional Development Award Winners
Winners of the SPH Foundation Professional Development Awards on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 12 noon.
Building Bridges: Supporting Healthcare Workers to be Champions of Reconciliation
Thursday, November 24, 2016 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Mistletoe Ball Tickets Now Available
Presented by PotashCorp. Saturday, November 19, 2016.
4th Annual Urology Symposium: Prostate Cancer - Survive & Thrive
Presented by Motorcycle Ride for Dad. Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 7:30 am to noon.
Purchase Gormley Gathering Tickets Today
Presented by PotashCorp. November 7, 2016 at 5:30 pm
A Mother's Love for her Son Inspires Support
Every transplant has an organ donor hero...