RUHS Medical Center expands access to advanced care with new Heart, Neuro and Vascular Cath Lab
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors in 2015 approved $4.3 million to help fund the cath lab as part of a larger spending package that included a da Vinci surgical robot, and new CT and MRI scanners to replace broken-down, obsolete diagnostic machines. Residential home builder KB Home Inland Empire division contributed $1.1 million to the projects with funding raised by the annual KB Home Golf Classic, heading into its thirteenth year this spring. The tournament benefits RUHS Foundation, which raises support for lifesaving programs and equipment at RUHS Medical Center.
“We are proud to support the RUHS Foundation as it works to expand healthcare access in the Inland Empire, said John Fenn, president of KB Home’s Inland Empire division. “KB Home is in the business of building communities, so we recognize the importance of organizations like the RUHS Foundation in contributing to the health and vitality of our neighborhoods and residents.”
INLANDEMPIRE.US | February 18, 2019