Surrey developer donates 100K for medical equipment

The donation, from J.S. Randhawa, will help advance ImageTech, run by Dr. Ryan D'Arcy as a part of Surrey's medical Innovation Boulevard.

Surrey land developer J.S. Randhawa has donated $100

SURREY — A Surrey land developer has donated $100,000 for a special machine that helps doctors diagnose serious brain conditions in children, including seizures.

The donation, from J.S. Randhawa, will help advance ImageTech, run by Dr. Ryan D’Arcy as a part of Surrey’s medical Innovation Boulevard.

Randhawa said he “just had to get behind this initiative because it’s being done in Surrey and this is where we live and our community is.

“I’m urging my fellow business people to donate for this worthy project,” he said. “I’m proud of the work Dr. D’Arcy and his team are doing.”

There are only two of these machines in Canada. D’Arcy said it can also be used to diagnose heart problems.

tom.zytaruk@thenownewspaper.com

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