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2021 Women Leading Philanthropy $100,000 Grant Recipient Project Update Dr. Jennifer Brown Broderick’s project HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) Self-Sampling for Primary Cervical Cancer Screening in Underserved Saskatchewan Women In September 2021, Dr. Jennifer Brown Broderick was the winner of a $100,000 grant from Women Leading Philanthropy to fund her innovative and important HPV self-sampling project. […]

If you have some free time, are a retiree, new to Saskatoon, or are looking to give back to your community…

The Royal University Hospital Foundation Gift Shop is recruiting new volunteers to join our wonderful group of volunteers.

Have you or someone you know suffered a heart attack or a heart condition?

My name is Dr. Jason Orvold, a cardiologist at Royal University Hospital and medical director for the hospital’s Cardiac Catheterization Lab, commonly known as the Cath Lab. The Cath Lab includes medical imaging, x-ray equipment and technology that allows us to see clearly inside your heart so we can clear blocked arteries or repair heart defects.

Congratulations to Royal University Hospital Foundation’s 2023 Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP) $100,000 Grant Recipient, Dr. Mita Manna! On Monday, September 25, 2023, WLP donors gathered at TCU Place for an extraordinary evening aimed at creating meaningful change and advancements in health care by supporting leading-edge women’s initiatives at Royal University Hospital. Earlier this year, applications […]

“I’m pretty lucky to be alive,” says Devin, 27, while reflecting on the cause of his abrupt departure from the ice during a hockey playoff game in Leroy on February 19.

Daphne Arnason and Leo Bourassa (pictured above) know what it’s like to have their normal routines turned upside down without warning because of a sudden medical crises.

Over the years, the couple and other family members have benefited from the care provided by Royal University Hospital’s dedicated and talented individuals and teams and the services they provide 365 days a year.

Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP) is inclusive and includes a diverse group of women who will pool their donations to fund innovative health-care initiatives led by female physicians, practitioners and researchers at Royal University Hospital (RUH).

It’s been a lifelong journey of nursing service that has surpassed a half-century. And the trek isn’t over yet for Beverly Pavelich whose professional home has been Royal University Hospital for all but a couple of those years.

Congratulations to Royal University Hospital Foundation’s three short-listed finalists for the 2023–2024 Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP) $100,000 Grant!

Are you one of the 49% of Canadians that don’t have a Will? Among the top reasons so many of us delay Will writing is the feeling that we’re too young to worry about it, or that we don’t have enough assets to justify making a Will in the first place.

Valid concerns. But there are some real motivations to making a Will you might not be aware of, regardless of where you are in life.