Mylan Foundation Supports Children’s Therapy Technology
Mylan Charitable Foundation donated $25,000 to Washington Health System Children’s Therapy Center for the purchase of NeuroCom Balance Master equipment.
Therapists use this technology during pediatric physical and occupational therapy to evaluate and treat many impairments and functional limitations.
Anna Romanosky, Lead Physical Therapist at Children’s Therapy Center uses the Balance Master equipment with a patient. The technology helps therapists evaluate and treat many impairments and functional limitations.
Pictured above, from left, are Gary Weinstein, President & CEO of Washington Health System; Wendy Cameron, Mylan Board of Directors; Susan Hough, Director of Children’s Therapy Center; and Chris Matlick, Executive Administrator of Mylan Charitable Foundation.
Range Resources Donates to New Lab Station
Range Resources presented a $15,000 check to Washington Health System for a new lab draw station near the main lobby at Washington Hospital.
The station was created to provide patients with easier access when they come for testing.
Participating in the presentation are, from left, David Truxell, Director of Laboratory Services; Andrea Cooper, Range Resources Community Relations Specialist; and Mike Mackin, Range Resources Communication Manager.
Masquerade Goers Raise $118 million for Children’s Therapy
Sponsors and attendees at Washington Health System’s 2014 Charity Ball: Masquerade contributed more than $118,000 to provide Washington Health System Children’s Therapy Center with new therapeutic equipment.
Many guests wore elaborate masks in the spirit of the Masquerade theme at the April 5 event at Southpointe Golf Club. Special thanks go to UPMC Health Plan for their continued support as the Diamond Sponsor for the seventh year.
Wish List Highlights New Opportunities to Give
Donors who give $250 or more by June 30, 2014 can join or renew their membership in the Orchard Society of Washington Health System.
Washington Health System Foundation publishes the Washington Health System Donor Report annually and The Journey newsletter semi-annually.
The Journey is the Hospice Care donor newsletter, usually published in February and August. The newsletter includes a listing of gifts to Hospice Care made in memory or honor of others, as well as stories of patients and families whose lives have been touched by Hospice Care and opportunities to give and volunteer.
Both the Washington Health System Donor Report and The Journey are posted to this page after they have been published.