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William Englot is the first baby to lay in the new infant incubator isolette, while mother, Melinda Englot, right, and neonatal nurse Allison New look on at Shuswap Lake General Hospital on Tuesday, Aug 26. The unit was purchased through a matching grant of $25,000 from Sandra Schmirler Foundation and funds raised at the EZ Rock Radiothon 201 - Evan Buhler/Observer
William Englot is the first baby to lay in the new infant incubator isolette, while mother, Melinda Englot, right, and neonatal nurse Allison New look on at Shuswap Lake General Hospital on Tuesday, Aug 26. The unit was purchased through a matching grant of $25,000 from Sandra Schmirler Foundation and funds raised at the EZ Rock Radiothon 201
— image credit: Evan Buhler/Observer

William Englot is the first baby to lay in the new infant incubator isolette, while mother, Melinda Englot, right, and neonatal nurse Allison New look on at Shuswap Lake General Hospital on Tuesday, Aug 26. The unit was purchased through a matching grant of $25,000 from Sandra Schmirler Foundation and funds raised at the EZ Rock Radiothon 201

 

 

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