Life was good. My career was great. I had a loving wife, a beautiful little girl, and a baby on the way. Everything was just fine. We had just gone for coffee at my sister’s.
Dr. Angela Baerwald, PhD MD CCFP, is a Family Physician and Director of the Women’s Health Research Lab at the University of Saskatchewan. Her research team studies ovarian/uterine function in women during the menstrual cycle. She has acquired expertise in characterizing how reproductive function is altered in women using hormonal contraception, fertility therapy, and during […]
Barbara Surine is a longtime supporter of Royal University Hospital Foundation, and has graciously donated between $20 and $5,000 to seven different campaigns since 1990.
Mervin (Merv) Schneider discovered his passion for volunteering once he retired from the taxi business after 26 years.
When Peggy Benko took her identical twin granddaughters into her arms for the first time, she was overcome not only with love, but also with gratitude. Meeting her grandchildren would not have happened were it not for the specialists and medical teams at Royal University Hospital (RUH).
When Archie La Rocque’s younger brother passed way 12 years ago from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis at the age of 44, “there was a fatalistic attitude toward the disease,” says Archie. Until he was referred to the Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) clinic at RUH in 2018, Archie, who has a different type of pulmonary fibrosis saw his health steadily decline.
January 6 was a typical morning for Eugene Paquin and his wife, Debby. The retired couple woke up mid-morning, ate breakfast and read the newspaper.
Dr. Janine Eckstein, Interventional Cardiologist, received her medical degree in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the University of Saskatchewan. She knew early in her career that she wanted to sub-specialize in Interventional Cardiology.
Royal University Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Irene Boychuk, FCPA, FCA, as Board Chair to the Foundation’s 2020–2021 Board of Directors.
Saskatoon’s Royal University Hospital’s (RUH’s) medical social workers support patients every day and see how family and friends play an important role in their recovery. That’s why RUH’s social workers are grateful to have received 20 tablets for patient use.