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An artist rendition of the Critical Care Tower at Surrey Memorial Hospital. -
An artist rendition of the Critical Care Tower at Surrey Memorial Hospital.
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Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation is launching a fundraising campaign in support of the Critical Care Tower with a presentation Thursday (Oct. 27) at SFU Surrey.

The event will include campaign project introductions by B.C. Health Minister Michael de Jong, Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts, Fraser Health President and CEO Dr. Nigel Murray and construction company EllisDon.

The Critical Care Tower is the centrepiece of the single largest capital investment in health care ever made in British Columbia.

Speakers will highlight key components of the hospital expansion and redevelopment, launch the fundraising campaign and unveil a promotional video.

 

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