The Grateful Patient program through the Foundation at Royal Inland Hospital gives the opportunity for patients to share their stories and to thank specific caregivers to whom they are grateful. Stories may be shared on our webpage and in other publications. So if you have been a patient in either Royal Inland Hospital or any of the local feeder hospitals and would like to share your story, feel free to click on the ‘Share Your Story’ button. If you would like to make a donation in appreciation of a specific caregiver or just as a general donation, please click on the ‘Make a Donation’ button. Thanks!
Adam started Tuesday like any other day. After his shower he made his lunch and set off to school. But the day took a turn in the afternoon. A mountain bike ride on a favorite trail left the 11 year-old with life-threatening injuries...Read More
Reggie, a psychiatric nurse at Hillside Hospital (located behind Royal Inland Hospital) and Nick, a design director with a computer software company in town, were thrilled to bring their new baby home on October 22 of this year. But the homecoming was much earlier than planned; Reggie’s actual due date was in November, but Penelope entered the world on September 27, seven weeks early....Read More
The Velestuk Family is very grateful to the NICU for ensuring the survival of their son, Sebastian, who was born premature and spent 67 days at RIH. Richelle’s pregnancy had been nothing out of the ordinary. She was able to maintain her active lifestyle and for the most part, was feeling great. But in December...Read More