Development Projects

Improving hospitals and care facilities

Development Projects

We always put people first, this involves providing our staff, physicians, patients, clients and residents with access to custom-built or renovated buildings that support delivery of care and promote wellness.

With the help of our many partners, we are continually expanding and improving our hospitals and care facilities. And all across our health authority, this investment in infrastructure helps meet our goals of providing the best care and promoting better health for our communities. It also has positive outcomes like increased workplace efficiency and decreased wait times and congestion.

Current projects:

VGH OR Renewal
Expansion of the operating room suite will reduce surgery wait times
This project will expand and upgrade Vancouver General Hospital’s OR suite, transforming BC’s centre for the most complex and specialized surgical care into an efficient, leading-edge facility.
VCH signs agreements for six new and expanded residential care facilities
Residential care facilities
Vancouver Coastal Health has signed agreements for six new and expanded residential care facilities, providing about 600 beds across the health authority.
UBC Hospital Renewal
Building surgical capacity, enhancing inpatient care and service spaces
This project will transform UBC Hospital into a hub for scheduled surgeries within VCH-Vancouver, and enhance high-acuity services for patients requiring more complex surgery, care and treatment.
Sechelt Hospital
New site helps improve patient care
Sechelt Hospital is a unique facility within BC. The new hospital was designed to help improve patient care and minimize the site’s carbon footprint.
Joseph & Rosalie Segal Family Health Centre
A state-of-the-art mental health treatment facility
The Joseph & Rosalie Segal Family Health Centre (JRSFHC) will be a new, eight-storey mental health and addictions facility located on the Vancouver General Hospital site.
Pearson Dogwood Redevelopment
Creating a community centred on health, wellness and dignity
Creating a community centred on health, wellness and dignity, by transforming existing health care services located on 10 hectares (25.4 acres) of land along Cambie Street between 57th and 59th avenues.