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Hospital Foundation hosts health summit to discuss health care challenges in Surrey

60 health care stakeholders and community leaders from the region came together
Community leaders, including the mayor of Surrey, some city councillors and healthcare stakeholders, met in Surrey Tuesday (May 30) for a healthcare summit. (Surrey Hosptial Foundation/ Facebook)

A group of 60 community leaders and healthcare stakeholders met in Surrey today (Tuesday, May 30) to discuss the current state of health care in Surrey.

The Surrey Hospitals Foundation convened the health summit. Health care leaders from Fraser Health, UBC, SFU, first responders, clinical staff, and local community leaders attended.

They discussed “the compounding challenges facing the Surrey health care ecosystem, to strategize on solutions, and find consensus on key priorities to advance,” the Surrey Hospital Foundation stated in a news release Tuesday (May 30).

“As the largest health care fundraising agency in Surrey, we felt it was important to help facilitate a solutions-based conversation in the interests of all of the residents of the region,” Foundation president and CEO Jane Adams stated.

Adams said Surrey Hospitals Foundation will release a report from Tuesday’s summit that includes solutions, recommended actions and summarizing the key issues.

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