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From left: SMH Foundation president/CEO Jane Adams, G&F director Howard Normann, SMH neonatal intensive-care unit manager Leeann Clegg, G&F Fleetwood branch manager Ruby Dhillon and G&F vice-president Jeff Shewfelt. -
From left: SMH Foundation president/CEO Jane Adams, G&F director Howard Normann, SMH neonatal intensive-care unit manager Leeann Clegg, G&F Fleetwood branch manager Ruby Dhillon and G&F vice-president Jeff Shewfelt.
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A donation of $13,500 from the G&F Financial Group will allow the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation to buy a device that makes it easier to intubate pediatric patients by allowing health care workers to view the procedure through a video camera.

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