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CEDA International donates $125,000 to Minimally Invasive Surgical Suites Project

For Immediate Release

June 13, 2017

Fort McMurray, Alberta – The Northern Lights Health Foundation is extremely proud to announce that CEDA International has given a gracious donation of $125,000 that will fund the Minimally Invasive Surgical Suites project.  Their donation will assist with the funding of the $7.6 million project which is the largest within the Gratitude Campaign.  On Tuesday, June 13th, The Health Foundation, Alberta Health Services and CEDA International celebrated the gift with a cheque presentation at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre lobby.

(Left to right) Andy Carter, Cindy Amerongen, Kevin Fleury, Andrew Boutilier, William Sembo, Greg Fuhr, Nelson Barbosa, Brenda Sautner, Al Woods

Modernizing and optimizing patient experiences within the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre is our goal and with the help of our generous donors like CEDA International, it is attainable.  The MIS Suites will have a dramatically positive impact on patient care and recovery.  With more innovative technology, surgeons can perform complex surgeries and decrease recovery time in hospital so the patients may return to their homes and back to their everyday lives sooner.  Nearly every part of the human body is reachable with minimally invasive surgery and having the MIS Suites here in Wood Buffalo means we can provide the best health care possible right here at home.

CEDA International employs hundreds of local employees and understands how valuable it is to have the MIS Suites here locally.  Kevin Fleury, President and CEO of CEDA International, explains how it’s important to invest in the communities where their employees live and work, “We are most grateful to be in a position to give back to a community that has been so good to CEDA and our employees.”

The Health Foundation is extremely pleased to have such generous donors such as CEDA contribute to such an essential project that will impact our community tremendously.  Executive Director, Cindy Amerongen says, “Now, more than ever, we need all industry in our community to step up, make health care a priority, and to stand next to their peers who have set the pace for life-changing health care in Wood Buffalo to be a reality. CEDA’s commitment to the health and safety of their employees, their families, and our community is represented by this generous gift.”

 

About CEDA International

For over 40 years, CEDA International has been known as experts in industrial maintenance, turnaround, mechanical and project services.  CEDA’s talented and experienced team is committed to delivering world-class solutions to help clients maximize production, mitigate risk and avoid costly outages, always with safety top of mind.  CEDA has made generous contributions to the Northern Lights Health Foundation for over 20 years.  They understand how important it is to have modernized technology accessible to people within our community and surrounding areas.  They are partners in our region and many others, donating their time and skills to projects and events, building a stronger sense of local community.

 

 

About the Gratitude Campaign

 

The $16 million Gratitude Campaign is the most ambitious fundraising campaign in the history of the Northern Lights Health Foundation. The Campaign is comprised of eight projects: Minimally Invasive Surgical Suites, the Multi-purpose Clinic, Palliative Care, Community Clinics, Health Centre Lobby, the Healthy Schools Initiative, Continuing Care and the Early Investments Project. For more information, visit www.gratitudecampaign.ca    

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