How and why did you become a pediatric cardiologist? I originally wanted to be a neonatologist and moved to the UK to further my training. One day, I got to observe a cardiac assessment...
This May, the Vancouver Aquarium hosted its 15th annual Dreamnight. Each year, over 1,000 children with life-threatening illnesses are invited to experience the aquarium with their families.
Of all the events the Children’s Heart Network has organized, one of my favourites so far has been the opportunity to go to Camp Thunderbird on Vancouver Island at the beginning of June.
The Children’s Heart Network is hosting CPR/AED workshops for parents, grandparents, caregivers, and teens.
Getting to be part of Hearts of Gold and going to Camp Zajac with them was a huge honour. I met teenagers from all over B.C. with whom I share a unique connection.
A note from Dr. Sanjiv Gandhi: Dear CNH parents and supporters, I’m overwhelmed and humbled by your generosity.
On Saturday, July 11, 1998, I entered this world in my favourite colour: bright blue. It was immediately discovered that I had a congenital heart disease.
Photographs from last week’s family event at Critter Cove Marina are now available online. Individual photos may be downloaded free of charge from the Flickr album.
A “heart-felt” thank you to Colliers International in Victoria for hosting the 30th Annual Colliers International Charity Golf Tournament at the Cordova Bay Golf Club.
Are you ready for some fun in the sun? The CHN invites all members to our annual event at the Cultus Lake Waterslides.