Tualatin, October 10th, 2013. The 7th annual Women of Meridian Park Luncheon, raised over $35,000 for Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center. Allyson Anderson, Chief Administrative Officer, Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, Dr. Paul Ash and Cheryl Dotten, chair of the Women of Meridian Park were pleased with the event. Net proceeds will help provide mammograms for underserved women, a fall wellness event and gynecology equipment and specialty staff training. More than 175 came together to support Legacy Meridian Park and hear a presentation by Legacy Health neurologist, Dr. Paul Ash on migraine headaches, stroke and multiple sclerosis in women.
The Women of Meridian Park support the highest quality health care in the South Metro community by raising funds for projects benefiting women and children. This group of women leaders is an integral part of Legacy Meridian Park’s continued growth and expansion of services. They support a wide range of projects that enhance the outstanding patient care and programs.
To learn more about the Women of Meridian Park, contact Jan Renfro, associate director of development, Meridian Park Medical Foundation at 503-692-7624 or [email protected] Meridian Park Medical Foundation advocates and raises funds for Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center. To make a donation or learn more about supporting Legacy Meridian Park, please call 503-692-7624. For more information about the work of Legacy Health foundations, please call the Office of Philanthropy at 503-415-4700 or visit www.legacyhealth.org/giving.
About Legacy Health – the Office of Philanthropy
The Legacy Health Office of Philanthropy coordinates all fundraising initiatives for Legacy Health, a nonprofit health care system serving Oregon and Southwest Washington. Our foundations – Randall Children’s, Emanuel, Good Samaritan, Meridian Park, Mount Hood and Salmon Creek – support the system’s six acute care hospitals as well as its clinical, educational and research programs. The Office of Philanthropy is committed to Legacy’s mission of providing good health for our people, our patients, our communities and our world. For more information, please visit www.legacyhealth.org/giving.