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Helping out the hospital

Recently, Craig Passmore, right, general manager of Summerside Toyota,
presented Prince County Hospital Foundation board member, Paul Power, with a donation of $9,000. This gift is to be made to the hospital foundation over the course of three years to assist with the purchase of medical equipment. The donation continues a long legacy of
support at the dealership, which this year, will go towards a new X-ray machine at the hospital. The replacement of this medical technology is part of a $1.5-million campaign to keep medical equipment up-to-date at PCH. Contributions can be made at pchcare.com or by visiting the foundation office in the PCH lobby. For more information of the PCH Foundation and its Vital Signs equipment appeal, visit pchcare.com or find them at facebook.com/pchfoundation.
Recently, Craig Passmore, right, general manager of Summerside Toyota, presented Prince County Hospital Foundation board member, Paul Power, with a donation of $9,000. This gift is to be made to the hospital foundation over the course of three years to assist with the purchase of medical equipment. The donation continues a long legacy of support at the dealership, which this year, will go towards a new X-ray machine at the hospital. The replacement of this medical technology is part of a $1.5-million campaign to keep medical equipment up-to-date at PCH. Contributions can be made at pchcare.com or by visiting the foundation office in the PCH lobby. For more information of the PCH Foundation and its Vital Signs equipment appeal, visit pchcare.com or find them at facebook.com/pchfoundation. - Contributed

Recently, Craig Passmore, right, general manager of Summerside Toyota,

presented Prince County Hospital Foundation board member, Paul Power, with a donation of $9,000. This gift is to be made to the hospital foundation over the course of three years to assist with the purchase of medical equipment. The donation continues a long legacy of

support at the dealership, which this year, will go towards a new X-ray machine at the hospital. The replacement of this medical technology is part of a $1.5-million campaign to keep medical equipment up-to-date at PCH. Contributions can be made at pchcare.com or by visiting the foundation office in the PCH lobby. For more information of the PCH Foundation and its Vital Signs equipment appeal, visit pchcare.com or find them at facebook.com/pchfoundation.

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