2009-10-31 / Community Life

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Charles Cole Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, represented by longtime volunteer Elizabeth Staun (right), made a cash donation to help the hospital purchase new cardiac monitoring equipment. Accepting on the hospital’s behalf was Linda Gee, cardiopulmonary coordinator. The auxiliary raised the funds during its 16th annual Golf Classic in August. The equipment allows for more efficient electrocardiogram analysis and interpretation, streamline workfl ow, and faster patient data processing. Physicians will be able to access electrocardiogram records from their offices and clinics. Charles Cole Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, represented by longtime volunteer Elizabeth Staun (right), made a cash donation to help the hospital purchase new cardiac monitoring equipment. Accepting on the hospital’s behalf was Linda Gee, cardiopulmonary coordinator. The auxiliary raised the funds during its 16th annual Golf Classic in August. The equipment allows for more efficient electrocardiogram analysis and interpretation, streamline workfl ow, and faster patient data processing. Physicians will be able to access electrocardiogram records from their offices and clinics.

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