$7500 Pledge from BMO Makes Hearts Go Pitter Patter

Seen in image above: Teresa Pagnotta, Regional Vice President. Seaway Market, BMO; Kimberly Fetch, Cardiac Sonographer, WDMH; Melissa Crawford, Branch Manager BMO, Winchester; and Kristen Casselman, Managing Director, WDMH Foundation. Courtesy photo

WINCHESTER — The BMO Bank of Montreal team is committed to supporting health care close to home. They have pledged $7,500 to the WDMH Foundation General Equipment Fund and have delivered the first gift of $2,500.

This gift will be used to support the purchase of a new echocardiogram machine which will arrive at WDMH in the near future.

“Not only will the new machine take clearer pictures, we will now be able to offer stress echocardiograms and contrast echocardiograms, which we can’t do with our current machine,” explained Kim Fetch, a cardiac sonographer at WDMH. “We are truly thankful for this support.”

“At BMO, we truly understand the importance of local community support. For 200 years and counting, we’ve been here to help, evolving with our customers as their needs and expectations change. But over the years, one thing hasn’t changed, our customers and communities continue to inspire us. We, at BMO are proud to support the WDMH Foundation’s General Equipment Fund for the purchase of medical equipment such as a new echocardiography machine and we extend our very best wishes for the campaign’s every success,” noted Teresa Pagnotta, Regional Vice President, Seaway Market at BMO.

“Thank you to BMO for this incredible commitment,” summed up Kristen Casselman, the Foundation’s Managing Director. “More than 1,000 echocardiograms are performed at WDMH each year and now our cardio team will be able to do even more. That makes our hearts happy!”

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