DI staff donate to equipment replacement program

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From left, Michele Grzebien-Huckson, executive director, Foundation of CKHA; Dr. Pat Tomney, staff radiologist, and DI campaign co-chair;  Sherin Elkhawaga and Shelbi Fletcher, students, Fanshawe College; Beth Nevills, clinical instructor, DI, CKHA; Janine Myers, student, Fanshawe College;  Aimee DeBruyn-Luth, X-Ray technologist, CKHA; and Kiback Song, student, Fanshawe College.
From left, Michele Grzebien-Huckson, executive director, Foundation of CKHA; Dr. Pat Tomney, staff radiologist, and DI campaign co-chair; Sherin Elkhawaga and Shelbi Fletcher, students, Fanshawe College; Beth Nevills, clinical instructor, DI, CKHA; Janine Myers, student, Fanshawe College; Aimee DeBruyn-Luth, X-Ray technologist, CKHA; and Kiback Song, student, Fanshawe College.

On Nov. 5, staff and students in Chatham-Kent Health Alliance’s (CKHA) Diagnostic Imaging Department presented a cheque to the Foundation of CKHA for $1,149.35.

The total represents the proceeds from a bake sale held at CKHA’s Chatham and Sydenham campuses in celebration of MRT/MRS Week.

The funds will be directed to Phase One of the Foundation of CKHA’s $6.9-million CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Campaign to help CKHA purchase a new CT scan, a new fluoroscopy system, new ultrasound equipment and a new bone densitometer for CKHA’s Diagnostic Imaging Department.

To date, more than $2 million has been raised for this important campaign.

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