The Robbins Pavilion
The seven-storey Robbins Pavilion is named after the Royal Alexandra Hospital’s patrons, William and Mary Jo Robbins.
The opening of the Robbins Pavilion in 2010 ushered in a new era of modern patient care at the Royal Alexandra Hospital. The tenants of the Robbins Pavilion include:
CK Hui Heart Centre
The largest cardiac centre in northern Alberta to specialize in minimally-invasive heart care, this consolidated and expanded service centre will build upon the internationally recognized work of the cardiac team at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
Lois Hole Hospital for Women
Occupying five floors of the Robbins Pavilion, the Lois Hole Hospital for Women offers a wide spectrum of specialized services for women’s health. With state-of-the-art technology, innovative new programs, clinics, and new opportunities for research in gynecologic cancers, the Lois Hole Hospital offers excellence in care to women of all ages and in all stages of their lives.
Robbins Learning Centre
This sophisticated learning centre enhances the Royal Alexandra Hospital’s role as a teaching and research leader. A high-tech auditorium accommodating 180 students enables large classes to meet onsite and facilitate remote learning from other areas of the province and around the world.
Ted and Lois Hole Healing Garden
The Robbins Pavilion includes a roof-top healing garden, named after Lois Hole and her husband Ted, who shared a love of gardening. This wonderful space has become a tranquil area of respite and relaxation for anyone who comes to visit.
Robbins Chapel and the Walkway of Hope
A place of solace and peaceful reflection, the Robbins Chapel is an important part of a holistic approach to care that recognizes the health of body, mind and spirit. From the chapel, the Walkway of Hope will lead patients, families and staff through the Healing Garden to a bell tower and the lovely Ted and Lois Hole Healing Garden.