Tony Sherr, Esq. alongside Rick Fine, MD, Shawn Orenstein, and Jamie Raphael, MD will be co-chairing the 30th Anniversary Small Miracles Golf Tournament on May 7th. The event takes place at the Philadelphia Cricket Club, founded in 1854 and considered one of the nation’s oldest clubs.
Proceeds from Small Miracles Golf Tournament go toward improving patient care for children in the Einstein Medical Center network through the purchase of Super Tory neonatal patient simulators. Super Tory provides high fidelity simulation, the most advanced method for teaching medical professionals how to respond to emergencies and support critically ill babies in real-time. These simulators will be used in Einstein Medical Centers located in Philadelphia and Montgomery.
Beginning in 1987, the Small Miracles Golf Tournament has raised over $6 million that has supported the infants, children, and adolescents served each day by Einstein Healthcare. In previous years, the event has supported Einstein’s new Family Advocacy Center, which provides critical medical, social and community services for the children and families served by Einstein.
Einstein’s mission is to “transform care, healing and education through philanthropy. We believe our love of humankind drives “we” above “me,” creates our forward-thinking and inclusive approach to philanthropy, and advances Einstein’s Mission of providing access to outstanding healthcare. We have an obligation to do the right thing, be our best and make a difference.” For more information, read about The Albert Einstein Legacy and institution’s Mission, Vision & Goals.
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