Daybreak South | Feb 7, 2013 | 6:30

Penticton doctors call for 300 million dollar expansion

Doctors in Penticton have a prescription for what ails their regional hospital and it involves the pubic pushing for a 300 million dollar expansion of the health care facility.

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