Do You Remember RCH in the 90s?

A couple of weeks ago we posted several photos from a photo album of Royal Columbian Hospital events in the late 1980s and 90s, and asked if anyone recognized the people in them. We had an overwhelming response and many requests for more photos.

Here are a few from the same album. It’s amazing how many of the people in the earlier photos are still around – maybe some in these are too.

This one is the only one fully captioned, so we know it’s Dr. Gittens showing some of the neurosurgical equipment in March of 1998, but we don’t know what the event was.

This was taken at the official lab opening January 21, 1997, but there’s no name given.

And this is just captioned MRI 96 10 01, so we assume it was the opening of the MRI unit we described in a post here in October.

The following 2 photos are from the Surgery Open House Day December 01, 1991 and obviously represent Plastic Surgery and Orthopedics respectively, but we don’t have the names of the doctors.

This last image was taken at the celebration of the 15th anniversary of the RCH Foundation in 1993. Just can’t work for a foundation without being an expert at serving at cake!

Again, if you know any of these people, or can add details of the event shown, please share your comments.

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4 Comments on “Do You Remember RCH in the 90s?”

  1. raeanna scharft Says:

    The plastic surgeons are Dr. K. Rai, Dr. E. Pugash, Dr. P. Legge.
    The ortho surgeons are Dr. Piper and Dr. R. McCormack.

  2. Jennings, Maureen Says:

    Did anyone respond regarding the MR open house? That was Dr. David Hodges, Radiologist brought here to RCH to set up our MRI program. Do you want/need more information?

    Thanks, Maureen 604-613-3624


    • rch150 Says:

      Thanks Maureen. Neither the photo in the album nor a similar one in the newspaper of the day had Dr. Hodges’ name. Thanks very much for adding that information.

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