South Shore Health System, now more than ever, needs our friends, families and neighbors to come together to help us shape how health care is provided in the future.
Mission Critical: The Campaign for Our 2nd Century is the largest, most ambitious capital campaign in the organization’s history. Yet, it is more than just a fundraising campaign. It is a community wide effort to make South Shore a healthier place to live, work and play. #MyMissionCritical is an invitation to share experiences with our Health System and to describe what is most important when it comes to your health or the health of your family or friends.
You can help us inform others about Mission Critical by using the hashtag #MyMissionCritical when posting photographs to social media. The hashtag will collect and connect our stories to highlight the vital role our Health System plays in our community. Your stories and your donations will help bring us closer to our goal of $70 Million by 2022, which marks the 100th anniversary of South Shore Hospital.
To read and learn more about Mission Critical, visit the campaign web page at southshorehealth.org/MyMissionCritical. Thank you for joining us on this Mission Critical journey to transform health care for the better.
For the past few years, while the planning and building of the new Richard and Joann Aubut Critical Care Unit was taking place, a group of committed community leaders were actively working to raise philanthropic support to fund this ambitious project.
Members of the Campaign Cabinet have championed our Mission Critical Capital Campaign and took time out of their busy lives to volunteer for this effort. Their commitment and leadership have paid off. At the unveiling of the new Aubut CCU and the launch of the public phase of the Mission Critical campaign, we announced more than $36 million has been raised toward our goal of $70 million!
A number of Presidents’ Circle members served on the Campaign Cabinet and we would like to acknowledge them and thank them for their tireless commitment to South Shore Health System:
Photo: Tom McCarthy (left) Managing Partner of KAF Financial Advisors and long time Presidents’ Circle member, serves as the Campaign Chairman of the Mission Critical campaign. Pictured with Gene E. Green, MD, MBA, President/CEO, South Shore Health System.
South Shore Health System’s Rehabilitation Services offers comprehensive therapies and wellness programs for our community.
Our team of certified clinicians, trainers and therapists would like to work with you to make sure your employees are engaged, informed, and educated to take charge of their health. From small group training sessions to onsite lectures from our clinical experts, we can offer programs tailored to the needs of your workplace and provide simple strategies and real world tools for a healthy lifestyle.
In addition to providing education and on site programming, your employees can trial one week of a wellness program so they can take a more active role in their health.
Allow us to be a resource for you. Rehabilitation Services offers a full complement of programs and services for our community. We look forward to working with you to best meet the needs of your employees.
Therapeutic services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, and aquatic therapy for pediatrics through geriatrics. Therapy services are available at multiple locations including South Shore Hospital Main Campus, 2 Pond Park, 780 Main Street, and The Center for Physical Wellness at 51 Performance Drive. Comprehensive wellness programs are available for land and pool classes focusing on improving strength, endurance, functional activities, and flexibility in a small, social setting.
For more information about how our team can best provide services for your workplace, please contact Jennifer Logan, MS, MHA; Community and Aquatic Programs Manager at 781-624-8451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 15th annual Moonlight & Miracles Gala was held on Friday, October 20th at The University Sportsplex at Starland. Thank you to owners, Denise & Frank Teixeira, for donating the space. We had more than 550 guests and raised a record amount of $573,000 for the Richard & Joann Aubut Critical Care Unit at South Shore Hospital.
The evening was hosted by radio personality and TV host, Billy Costa. There was multiple fundraising activities including; a live and silent auction, a wine pull and raise the paddle. The evening was a huge success and we are truly grateful for our sponsors, guests, volunteers and staff.
For more information please visit: giving.southshorehealth.org/gala
The Presidents’ Circle Annual Night at the Bruins event is scheduled for Tuesday, February 27, 2018.
You do not want to miss this great evening as members of the Presidents’ Circle will gather to watch the Boston Bruins take on the Carolina Hurricanes. Doors open at 6pm; puck drops at 7:00 p.m. Look for your invitation coming soon.
For more information or to reserve a ticket for you and a guest, please contact Marc Cregan at email@example.com or 781-624-8607.