Letter: Thank you Kelowna General Hospital and staff

I went down to the KGH Emergency and was very efficiently processed and rushed in for examination and stabilized by the professional staff.

To the editor:

I am from St. Paul, Alberta and came to Kelowna to do some general repairs on my mother-in-law’s house.

I had just about completed my little chores when I was stricken with a bleeding ulcer that had to be addressed very quickly. I went down to the Kelowna Hospital Emergency and was very efficiently processed and rushed in for examination and stabilized by the professional staff.

I was treated royally as I was processed and then made most comfortable in a ward while waiting for a very important procedure where a great doctor worked his miracles.

I was then pampered by the very competent staff on Ward C1 until my release.

I found myself in a city that is blessed to have a great medical facility and great staff. Kelowna, be proud of the medical services that you have.

Jim LeeSt. Paul, Alberta



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