With a challenge underway, the competition was fierce.
CK Hui Heart Centre patient is grateful to get back to his favourite place for a stroll.
When Anna Letnick won the WinWin 50 Lottery, it meant more than just a windfall of cash. Anna and her family also won the precious gift of time.
Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation Committee Member pays it forward.
Safe acute patient care must be a priority for the Alberta Government. Read more about what is at risk at the Royal Alexandra Hospital due to ageing infrastructure.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation’s $4.25-million campaign for Inner City Health and Wellness received resounding support from individuals and organizations that were inspired and gave generously.
Celebrating a year of outstanding community support for the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
As the Royal Alexandra Hospital's Addiction Recovery and Community Health team continues to treat patients, behind the scenes, dedicated researchers are gathering data which is also a critical component to success.
Each year as November approaches the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation team begins to think about which of the many important causes to focus on for Giving Tuesday. This year the choice was simple: Pregnancy Pathways. After putting the call out ...
The Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation is always pleased to check the mail, since it usually contains donations from near and far, and from people of all walks of life. We were particularly pleased to receive a donation from a generous ...
Urinary incontinence sends women rushing to the bathroom. But help is here.
~ By Colleen Biondi
I was dancing at a family wedding and I began to feel very tired. I was shocked when my doctor told me I had four blockages in my heart.
Past board member, Kari Ericksen, continues to make an impact at the Royal Alexandra Hospital and the Lois Hole Hospital for Women with her advocacy for women's mental health.
After being part of a ground-breaking research study at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women, Lana Berry has an important message to share with women across the province "You can get better"
The Royal Alexandra Hospital is proud to serve a broad demographic of patients, from the inner city communities of Edmonton to the vast landscape of Northern Canada. One demographic that the Royal Alex is providing specialized patient care for is ...
“Everyone likes music,” says Dave. “Especially people who are in the hospital and maybe need a few minutes of something nice to brighten their day.”
When Rob Gurney meets patients at the Royal Alexandra Hospital who are lonely, living on the streets, addicted, and have nowhere else to turn, he is in a unique position to help.
Antoinette Marchand says time giving back to others is always time well spent.
Celebrating incredible community support for the Royal Alexandra Hospital, now available in a new, digital version.
Averton employee Ken Watkins reflects upon a previous time at the Royal Alex and shares why he is so happy to be able to give back.
Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation Director is Raising Awareness for Brain Injuries
One of the Eye Institute of Alberta’s smallest patients is precious for more than one reason.
When we say community support builds great hospitals―we’re most often referring to the advancements in care as a result of philanthropy in our community.
Now, donations of a different kind are coming to the Lois Hole Hospital for Women ― still ...
With the first day of spring upon us "Soft Spot" continues to draw attention with a year round nod to spring at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.
Beyond the difference that Elevate Aviation is making for women in the aviation and aerospace industries, they are now making a difference in the healthcare for women across northern Alberta through their support of the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and ...
The Royal Alexandra Hospital is a leader in many areas of healthcare and health learning. One of the many ways that the Royal Alex is advancing healthcare in our province is by taking a lead role in Minimally Invasive Surgery ...
Pete Ward wasn’t completely surprised when he suffered his first heart attack.
“With a history of heart disease in my family, you kind of feel like the grim reaper is always hanging around,” says Pete with a good-natured chuckle.
In honour of International Women's Day take a moment to meet the lady behind the name of the Lois Hole Hospital for Women and find out why how she managed to unite and delight Albertans.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and Royal Alexandra Hospital together created this touching and inspiring video, The Difference Between Care and Caring based on the true story of patients, John and Angela Molella.
The viral video has been viewed over ...
Expecting mothers need to watch their health, but what happens when a woman’s heart is “beating for two” and heart problems arise?
Thanks to the Maternal Heart Health Program at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, mothers with pregnancy-related heart complications ...
A family's loss leads to an inspirational campaign in support of the Perinatal Bereavement Program at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.
One of the best ways to describe the wide range of care provided at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women is all ages, all stages. And it is perhaps with the same sentiment that one could describe Shoppers Drug Mart's ...
After the spending of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, give back to your community and be a part of the global giving movement on Giving Tuesday on December 1, 2015.
Support your community and the Inner City Health and Wellness Program ...
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Family Care Unit offers an innovative approach to family focused care at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.
Marvin Katz loves to drive, whether it’s the bus he drives for a living or the motorcycle he rides for fun. Two and a half years ago, being behind the wheel was suddenly in jeopardy.
The Allard Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Clinic helps families piece together the mystery of potentially deadly genetic markers.
Women and children have long been overlooked and underfunded when it comes to health research. That fact was the driving force behind the 2006 genesis of WCHRI.
Dr. Nadia Giannakopoulos is making strides in women's cancer research as one of two recruits supported by the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute (WCHRI) that is funded in part by the generous supporters of the Lois Hole Hospital for ...
In December 2014, Rhonda, 25 years old at the time, received the shocking news that she had cervical cancer. The diagnosis shook her entire family, especially as they had lost a relative to bladder cancer only months prior...
The latest technology to make a difference in patient care at the CK Hui Heart Centre is Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS). IVUS sends ultrasound waves through tiny catheters that have been inserted into a patient’s coronary arteries. These ultrasound waves show ...