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Kudos: Richmond business raises over $43,000 for medical imaging centre

Elite Wealth Management's donation will help fund medical imaging technologies for Richmond Hospital's future medical imaging centre.
From left to right, representatives of Elite Wealth Management; Angela Fok (Front row, 2nd from the left), Elite Wealth Management president and founder; Endora Fan (2nd from the right), Richmond Hospital Foundation associate director of legacy giving; Spencer Gall (1st from the right), Richmond Hospital Foundation campaign director.

A Richmond business just raised over $43,000 to fund medical imaging technologies for Richmond Hospital's upcoming medical imaging centre.

Elite Wealth Management is making the donation to Richmond Hospital Foundation's campaign to raise $20 million to fund a new medical imaging centre at Richmond Hospital's upcoming Yurkovich Family Pavilion.

“Elite Wealth Management is proud to support our local hospital and provide our health care teams the newest equipment possible to provide the best care,” says Angela Fok, president and founder. Elite Wealth Management is a local financial management company in Richmond and a long-term supporter of Richmond Hospital Foundation.

“We rely on Richmond Hospital for our health and wellbeing, so it’s important to give back and contribute towards a better and healthier future in our community.”

The new medical imaging centre is expected to accommodate more than 200,000 visits per year,  compared to just over 115,000 visits today. Imaging technologies required at the centre include CT scanners, MRI machines, mammography machines, SPECT machines, X-Ray machines and interventional radiology machines.

“The generous support of Elite Wealth Management will help us prepare for the future health care needs of Richmond,” said Spencer Gall, Richmond Hospital Foundation campaign director.

“Thanks to them, we are one step closer to achieving our goal in equipping the new centre with the latest medical imaging tools to improve the lives of patients and their families.” 

As of today, Richmond Hospital Foundation has raised 70 per cent of the funds needed.