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(Audio) Area Community Hospitals Get Cutting-Edge Diagnostic Tool Through Grants

(Audio) Area Community Hospitals Get Cutting-Edge Diagnostic Tool Through Grants

(click on news/podcast tab above to hear interview with Melissa Kelly)

Patients at Pender Community Hospital will soon benefit from access to the latest computed tomography diagnostic technology made possible through a grant from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust’s Rural Healthcare Program.

The $400,000 grant is for a new 64-slice CT scanner.

Providence Medical Center in Wayne received an identical grant.  And  Oakland Mercy Hospital and Clinics received a $506,000 grant

Pender Community Hospital CEO Melissa Kelly also updates us on construction of the $8-million clinic and other news from Pender.

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