Bruce Power has committed $100,000 to the Chesley and District Health Services Foundation for the purchase of central cardiac monitors. James Scongack, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and Operational Services; and Christine John, Communications Specialist, Community and Indigenous Relations, both of Bruce Power, presented the cheque to Leslie Hastie, Vice-Chair, South Bruce Grey Health Centre board of directors; Meghan Legge, Manager, Communications and Patient Experience, South Bruce Grey Health Centre; Lindsay Manery, Chair, Chesley and District Health Services Foundation; Foundation Vice-ChairTom Sweiger; and Foundation Director Ben Rier. (Photo provided by Steve McAllister, Communications Specialist, Corporate Affairs Bruce Power)

Bruce Power makes large donation to local hospital

The Chesley and District Health Services Foundation has been given a big holiday boost.

Bruce Power has donated $100,000 to the foundation which will be used to purchase new central cardiac monitors at the Chesley Hospital.

Representatives from Bruce Power, including James Scongack, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and Operational Services, and Christine John, Communications Specialist, Community and Indigenous Relations, presented the cheque to the foundation on Monday.