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Where We Serve

Almost 125 years ago, the Sisters of Providence came to Vancouver and opened St. Paul’s Hospital. While we’ve grown a lot since then, our commitment to serving those most in need has remained constant.

St. Paul’s Hospital

  • Acute care, teaching and research hospital
  • 433 acute beds
  • SPH sees over 150,000 patients annually, accounting for 500,000+ patient visits

Mount Saint Joseph Hospital

  • Acute care community hospital with 101 acute beds
  • 100-bed extended care unit for residents
  • Multicultural focus

Holy Family Hospital

  • Extended care for 142 residents
  • Specialized rehabilitation for older adults (65 acute rehab beds)

St. John Hospice

  • 12-bed hospice, end-of-life care

Providence Crosstown Clinic

  • Substance-use clinic

Foundry – Vancouver Granville (Granville Youth Health Centre)

  • Primary care and outreach services for youth and young adults, ages 24 and under

St. Vincent’s: Langara

  • Complex care residential facility
  • 197 residents
  • Specialized unit for 20 adult mental health clients

St. Vincent’s: Brock Fahrni

  • Complex care residential facility
  • 148 residents – many armed forces veterans

Youville Residence

  • Complex care residential facility
  • 42 residents
  • Specialized unit for 32 older adult mental health clients

St. Vincent’s: Honoria Conway

  • Assisted living for 60 tenants
  • Supportive housing for 8 young adults with disabilities

PHC Community Dialysis Units

  • Vancouver Community Dialysis Unit
  • East Vancouver Community Dialysis Unit
  • North Shore Community Dialysis Unit
  • Richmond Community Dialysis Unit
  • Squamish Community Dialysis Unit
  • Powell River Community Dialysis Unit
  • Sechelt Community Dialysis Unit