Why I Should Give?
You have the power to save a life! The person you save may be a loved one, a neighbor or someone that you work with. As you may know, stroke is the leading cause of disabilities in the United States and the 3rd leading cause of death behind heart disease and cancer. Almost all of us can name someone who has been affected ... our family, friends or neighbors. Since just about everyone is at some risk for stroke, the addition of a neuroscience pavilion at SMC could potentially benefit every member of the community, including you.
About the Neuroscience Pavilion
The new Edward and Anita Hogan Neuroscience Pavilion will occupy 13,600 square feet of renovated space on the fourth floor of the medical center. The new pavilion will allow SMC to incorporate the latest advances in emergency medicine, neurology, radiology and rehabilitation to provide comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic care within a self-contained unit. Patients suffering from neurological disorders, such as stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, brain tumor and seizure disorders will receive care on this unit.
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If you have questions about the Employee Neuroscience Campaign, please contact:
Director, Donor Relations