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Rockyview General Hospital

When you make a gift as a grateful patient or family member, you have the opportunity to express gratitude and share messages of thanks to staff who made a difference to you. Your gift will make a difference to care today – and into the future for others!



Rockyview General Hospital is Calgary’s second largest hospital site. Located in the city’s Southwest, it provides acute, outpatient, critical care, surgical, medical, neonatal intensive care, mental health, seniors, women’s and emergency health services. The facility is home to two units dedicated to acute care geriatrics and is the major urology and ophthalmology referral center with a public eye clinic that provides services to patients across southern Alberta and parts of British Columbia.

A new program, Complex Care Hub – Hospital at Home (CCH), opened in February 2018. The program admits patients directly from the Emergency Department to the care of the CCH team. Although patients are considered in the care of the hospital, they remain at home and receive diagnostic and treatment support from the CCH team and Community Paramedics.

Spotlight Specialities

  • Ophthalmology
  • Gastrointestinal (GI) and Genitourinary (GU)
  • Seniors health
  • Mental health services
  • Orthopedics
  • Complex Care Hub – Hospital at Home (CCH)

Quick Facts

1966 Opened

634 Beds

2,900 Staff

280 Physicians

20,000* Patients Admitted
*2023 data

81,000 Emergency Visits

18,000 Surgeries

4,200 Births

124,587 Medical outpatients (per year)

Support Rockyview General Hospital

Recovery from a brain emergency is possible

The lives of healthy, active people can change in an instant – mere seconds – as a result of a brain emergency. Your gift to Calgary Health Foundation this holiday season will help our family of hospitals improve neurocritical care specialty services.

Supporting frontline care

Healthcare heroes continue to care for us in our greatest time of need. Your donation will help our care teams as they remain tirelessly committed to ensure that every person receives the best care they need when they need it.

As someone living with a chronic bowel disease, the expansion at Rockyview General Hospital will be an important step in enhancing care for thousands of Albertans who suffer from bowel disease and rely on quick access to GI services to get a proper diagnosis, treatment options and care.

Krista Deveau

Rockyview General Hospital


Breakthroughs happen and lives are transformed at Rockyview General Hospital every day. Here are just a few examples.

Grateful three times over for the NICU

It’s difficult enough to think about having one child who requires the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), but for Shane King and his wife Tanya, their whole world became the NICU when their triplet daughters required its care.

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Embracing lifelong learning for better outcomes

Ali Ryan has always wanted to be a nurse, and once she became one, she soon realized she also wanted to become a Nurse Practitioner (NP).

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When grief becomes healing

The late Reverend Bob Glasgow connected people in their grief to communities of healing. Now, 12 years after it’s opening the Bob Glasgow Grief Support Centre continues to be a place of healing and hope.

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Hero in Health: Ken Mont

Ken Mont is a Nurse Clinician in the Emergency Department at Rockyview General Hospital. He has dedicated nearly 30 years working in Emergency, and he is our Hero in Health!

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Sandra Schmirler Foundation donates $70,000 to Calgary NICUs

Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant are best known for being Olympic curlers, but the title of mom and dad is one they are most proud of. Jocelyn had a smooth pregnancy and didn’t expect that she’d ever need the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

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Understanding grief in terminal patients

Working with palliative care patients has always been very rewarding for Randip Dhaliwal, and she’s been awarded an ARNET scholarship.

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