KGH campaign achieves hi-tech equipment goal

‘Be A Lifesaver’ campaign reaches $12 million objective.

KGH staff and donors celebrate the successful campaign wrap-up at a reception event in the hospital’s new courtyard.

A fundraising campaign to raise $12 million for the new Interior Heart & Surgical Centre (IHSC) has been successfully completed.

The Kelowna General Hospital Foundation announced this week its Be a Lifesaver campaign end up raising $12,140,503.

The campaign was launched in 2013, dedicated to outfitting the IHSC with critical, state-of-the-art equipment.

Under the guidance of campaign co-chairs Drs. Gary Goplen and Guy Fradet and their leadership team, the dedication of countless volunteers and unwavering public support, the KGH Foundation called the campaign a remarkable achievement.

 

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