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More pressure applied to upgrade hospital

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Fanfare, promises and press conferences about expanding  the Penticton Hospital aren't enough for some people who plan to keep politicians' feet to the fire.

They've come up with a $40,000 plan with money from the Okanagan Similkameen Regional Hospital District and Penticton doctors.

Wesley Hopkin, a Penticton city councillor and an alternate director on the hospital district board explains what they're doing.

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