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Canterbury Charity Hospital says a new extension will help it offer a better quality of services to thousands of people. The hospital began operating out of a single building in 2007, offering free elective day surgeries and medical clinics to people who did not qualify for or could not afford other health care. The charity trust’s chair and founder, Phil Bagshaw, said the hospital had treated well over 20,000 people since it opened.

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