Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation

Global Medical Services is a true believer in lending a hand to others.  We decided to aid out our friends over at Surrey Memorial Hospital with a donation that has helped them their goals of acquiring much needed equipment and services.

Now with more advanced equipment Surrey Memorial is better suited to help those in need. Currently Surrey Memorial serves more than 1.6 million individuals from around the lower mainland and each and every one of them can now look forward to even better care in their hands.

An overview of the equipment SMH was able to purchase:

  • Pediatric glidescope
    • A device that quickly gets oxygen into the lungs of sick babies
    • Ideal for difficult and unpredictable airways
  • High definition video tower
    • Provides a crystal clear view for surgeons who need the best view possible in order to remove cancerous tissue.
  • Neurology and Ophthalmology equipment
    • Will diagnose and treat patients with complex diseases of the brain
      • Stroke, multiple sclerosis and dementia
  • Two advanced infant simulators – (SimBaby & SimNewB)
    • (SimBaby) An advanced child simulator for emergency room staff who treat over 17,000 children a year
    • (SimNewB) A newborn simulator used by the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Every donation counts and we at Global Medical have done just a small part to make Surrey Memorial Hospital a world-class facility, but there is always more to be done.

If you would like to help out SMH, please head over to their website and see how you can make a difference.

www.smhfoundation.com 

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