LESLIE MIELKE of AM-News Blackfoot, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, March 10, 2016
[caption id="attachment_933" align="alignright" width="354"]
Ready to break ground for the Idaho Kidney Institute that is coming to Blackfoot. From left are Bingham County Commissioner Mark Bair, U.S. Congressman Mike Simpson, Dr. Fahim Rahim, Dr. Naeem Rahim, co-founders and managing partners of the Idaho Kidney Institute, Joe Cannon, chairman of the board of Bingham Memorial Hospital and Jeff Daniels, CEO, Bingham Memorial Hospital.[/caption]
A groundbreaking ceremony of the Idaho Kidney Institute took place on Thursday, March 10, in Blackfoot. The new facility will be located just north of the Bingham Memorial Medical Plaza. It will offer the latest technology in the region for the care and comfort of patients suffering from kidney disease.
This new, state-of-the-art dialysis center is being built the Idaho Kidney Institute, Bingham Memorial Hospital (BMH) and Bingham County. The project is a cooperative effort. It will be funded by the co-founders and managing partners of the Idaho Kidney Institute, the brothers, Drs. Fahim Rahim and Naeem Rahim and BMH.
The groundbreaking took place on World Kidney Day that is a global campaign aimed at raising awareness of kidney disease.
- See more at: http://www.am-news.com/content/groundbreaking-idaho-kidney-institute-blackfoot#sthash.yEttiPEo.dpuf