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Kelowna General Hospital set to move operations, patients

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The new Centennial building of Kelowna General Hospital (Chris Walker/CBC)
It's pretty much universal; We all hate moving.

But imagine if your house had 250 truckloads of stuff, and what if you had to save lives, dress wounds, and change bedpans all at the same time?

That's the task facing Kelowna hospital this weekend, as they move into their new building and lab.

To help, they've called up a unique moving company. Daybreak host Chris Walker went to the new hospital and sat down with their main moving man, Mike Shebib.
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