December 6,2016

Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation – Craig Miller

To celebrate the spirit of the holiday season, all of us at Montridge have selected a cause close to our hearts to donate to.

Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation – Craig Miller

My donation will be going to the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation to assist them with their mission: raising money to help the hospital save lives, restore health and provide comfort to seriously injured and ill patients of all ages.

On November 9th, 2011, our daughter was born at Royal Columbian Hospital, more than 2 months ahead of her anticipated due date.  ‘Baby Schmiller’ spent over 7 weeks in the NICU, one of B.C.’s largest neonatal intensive care units for premature and critically ill babies (annually 3,000 babies born and 800 NICU admissions).

We received unbelievable care, tremendous support, and guidance from all of the staff, physicians, and – especially – the nurses.  Our daughter was taken care of.  My wife and I were taken care of.  And we will always be grateful.

First days in the NICU


To learn more about the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation, and to donate please visit

  • Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH) is a provincial and regional referral hospital providing the highest level of trauma, cardiac, neurosciences, high-risk maternity and neonatal intensive care to the most seriously ill and injured patients in British Columbia. RCH is also a teaching hospital and a UBC Clinical Academic Campus.
  • RCH is the only hospital in the province to have cardiac, trauma, neurosciences, high-risk maternity and a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) all on one site.