The KBRH Health Foundation has received $10,000 from Best Western Plus Columbia River Hotel for the Emergency Department Campaign. This donation will provide a Fast Track Recliner Pod in the new Emergency Department at KBRH. Lisa Pasin, Director of Development (left) accepted this donation from Geno LeRose, General Manager Sales (centre, left) and the Best Western Plus team.

Best Western supports Kootenay Boundary hospital

The downtown Trail hotel donated $10,000 toward the new KBRH emergency department

The downtown Trail hotel donated $10,000 toward the new KBRH emergency department

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