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Dr. Stephen Tilley (left), Dr. Colm Murphy and Director of Cardiac Sciences Kelly Lehmann proudly display the new Transesophageal Echocardiography system at Red Deer Regional Hospital. It was purchased thanks to a generous and anonymous donation of $750,000.
Dr. Stephen Tilley (left), Dr. Colm Murphy and Director of Cardiac Sciences Kelly Lehmann proudly display the new Transesophageal Echocardiography system at Red Deer Regional Hospital. It was purchased thanks to a generous and anonymous donation of $750,000. Alberta Health Services

New cardiac imaging equipment saving lives at Red Deer Regional Hospital

By Josh Hall (Twitter: @Vancan19)
February 15, 2018 - 6:00am

A $500,000 piece of equipment at Red Deer Regional Hospital is improving the standard of care for cardiac patients, but what overall impact is it having?
 

The 2018 Valentines Masquerade Ball Fundraiser was held at the Black Knight Inn in Red Deer Saturday, February 10. Roughly 150 people attended the event which was hosted by the Make A Move with Jagger Foundation in support of completing Phase 2 of an All Access Barrier-Free playground at Mattie McCullough Elementary School in Red Deer.
The 2018 Valentines Masquerade Ball Fundraiser was held at the Black Knight Inn in Red Deer Saturday, February 10. Roughly 150 people attended the event which was hosted by the Make A Move with Jagger Foundation in support of completing Phase 2 of an All Access Barrier-Free playground at Mattie McCullough Elementary School in Red Deer. Sheldon Spackman

Red Deerians make a move like Jagger for all access playground

By Sheldon Spackman
February 11, 2018 - 5:05pm

Over 150 people gathered at the Black Knight Inn Saturday night to help raise money for the completion of an all access, barrier-free playground at Mattie McCullough Elementary School in Red Deer.

Westpark Middle School in Red Deer. Construction is getting underway to replace the school with a new one directly behind the current school. A building permit of $15.3 million was issued in January to get construction going.
Westpark Middle School in Red Deer. Construction is getting underway to replace the school with a new one directly behind the current school. A building permit of $15.3 million was issued in January to get construction going. Red Deer Public Schools

January building permit values nearly triple that of same month last year

By Sheldon Spackman
February 10, 2018 - 1:25pm

Building permits issued to replace a middle school and expand a local hotel have resulted in a significant boost in building permit values in the City of Red Deer to start the new year.

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