May 31, 2012
Bayshore Medical Center Staff Participates HCA Marathon to Benefit the HCA Hope Fund
Five Bayshore Medical Center staff members travelled to Nashville, Tennessee to run a marathon benefiting the HCA Hope Fund.
The HCA Hope Fund is an employee-run, employee-supported 501(c)3 charity. The Hope Fund helps HCA employees and their immediate families who are affected by financial hardship. The fund provides support for those employees who have experienced a disaster, extended illness/injury, domestic violence, death of a loved one, and other special situations.
"We asked all our friends and family to donate whatever they could for the cause. We had a lot of staff who supported us," said Simonette Burgos, Controller at Bayshore Medical Center. “With the help of Bayshore Medical Center’s staff we were able to travel to Nashville and participate in the marathon” said Burgos.
The Bayshore Medical Center Team was the fourth top fundraising team nationally and the top fundraiser in the Gulf Coast Division raising over $5,000 for the Hope Fund. The team was also given a special recognition for this accomplishment by John Steele, the Senior Vice President of Corporate Human Resources at HCA.
Bayshore Medical Center
4000 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, Texas 77504
About Bayshore Medical Center
Bayshore Medical Center is the only hospital in Pasadena fully accredited by the Society of Chest Pain Centers and The Joint Commission. The Bayshore campus is an acute-care facility that has been serving the needs of Southeast Harris County for more than 50 years. Bayshore’s wide range of services include acute care of the medical and surgical patient and specialty services such as: Advanced wound care center; cardiovascular and cardiology services, including open heart; level III neonatal intensive care unit; inpatient pediatric unit; inpatient rehabilitation unit, award-winning maternity services, behavioral health and radiation oncology services. For more information about Bayshore Medical Center visit us at www.bayshoremedical.com
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