The president of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation says the group is honoured to receive a Readers’ Choice Award.

SMH Foundation grateful for award

SMH Foundation is honoured to be in the company of the Surrey Food Bank and the Surrey Christmas Bureau.

On behalf of Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation, I want to thank all the readers who selected us as their charity of choice in The Leader’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards. We are honoured to be in the company of the Surrey Food Bank and the Surrey Christmas Bureau.

We are grateful for the support shown to our doctors and nurses throughout the year. It is a privilege to serve the people of Surrey and surrounding communities. As the province’s second-largest hospital serving a population of more than 500,000, we are expanding rapidly to meet the health needs of our region.Your support helps ensure that we continue to recruit the best and brightest doctors to work, live and raise their families in our shared community.

We also want to thank thornleyHAYNE Creative Communications for their generosity in creating our annual and special campaigns. Without their creative genius and the help of media partners like The Leader, we could not reach out to the community and share our good news.


Jane Adams

President and CEO

Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation

Surrey North Delta Leader

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