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Warm Hearts donation

Donation for surgery unit at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

The Warm Hearts Charitable Foundation has donated $8,000 to the Surgical Services Project at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH).

This donation was made possible by the employees of FortisBC. KBRH Health Foundation Board Director Bernie Legatto accepted this donation from Samantha Hunt, Chair of the Warm Hearts Charitable Foundation.

The Surgical Services Project is a $120,000 project that will provide one High Definition Patient Monitoring System and two System 8 Cordless Drivers for the Operating Rooms at KBRH.

Both these equipment items are mandatory for the operating unit, and the present ones are reaching the end of their useful life.

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