Ground Breaking

There's something rewarding about doing work for the hospital. Not that my other gigs aren't rewarding, but it's a little different when it's the hospital. I broke my collar bone playing soccer a few years back and my ankle a few years before that, and each time ended up at Whitehorse General where they quickly took care of my broken body and sent me on my way. Being relatively immobile for several weeks quickly makes you realize how much we take our health for granted and just how lucky we are to have the people at WGH to help when things go wrong. 

WGH will soon become the first hospital in The North to have it's very own MRI machine! After a successful campaign by the Hospital Foundation (see previous post), and many other partners, the breaking of the ground commenced the other day and they brought me in to help document the ceremony.