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EAPC Architects Engineers recently donated $1,500 to the North Country Health Services Foundation's current project, Excellence in Healthcare. From left are Paul Hanson, NCHS president and CEO; Penny Echternach, NCHS Foundation executive director; Dave Larson, EAPC Architects Engineers; and Paul Diehl of Diehl Project Management, a member of the foundation's business relations committee. Submitted Photo

EAPC aids Excellence in Healthcare project

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Bemidji Pioneer
EAPC aids Excellence in Healthcare project
Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

EAPC Architects Engineers recently donated $1,500 to the North Country Health Services Foundation's current project, Excellence in Healthcare.

The donation qualifies EAPC Architects Engineers for membership in the foundation's Business Investors in Health Club.

The club was created by the foundation's business relations committee. Community businesses and organizations are invited to join by donating $1,000 or more to the foundation to support local health care needs.

The Excellence in Healthcare package includes GeneXpert System lab equipment, Bedside Medication Verification, Same Day Surgery TV's, indoor and outdoor healing gardens, waiting area Internet kiosks, 12 patient room renovations, and spoken menu technology for hospital patients.

To support the project, call the NCHS Foundation at 333-5515.

Pioneer staff reports
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