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Barton Auxiliary donations pay for hospital CT scanner

Jim Grant / Tahoe Daily TribuneBarton Memorial Hospital CEO John Williams, third from left, accepts a check for $367,646 from Barton Auxiliary members. From left are Arlyce Guerry, Holiday Faire chair; Margaret Grodzick, president; Marlene Back, Attic chair; Dennis Back, treasurer; and Chris Henderson, gift shop chair.
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Among the many services the Barton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary provides to the community is raising funds to help purchase equipment for Barton Hospital. It raises the money in several ways, including through The Attic, the Barton Auxiliary thrift store; the gift shop in the hospital lobby; and the annual Holiday Faire.

The auxiliary recently presented a check for $367,646 to John Williams, Barton Hospital CEO, to finish paying for the Phillips CT scanner that was purchased three years ago. The special scanner cost $1 million, and the auxiliary has contributed more than $350,000 each year to pay off the needed piece of equipment.


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