TriageLogic Supports Local Children’s Hospital Event
TriageLogic had the pleasure of sponsoring an event at the annual Art and Antiques Show in early December 2016. This Jacksonville, FL event is a four-day show and sale, annually produced by The Women’s Board to benefit Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Wolfson’s is part of Baptist Health, the region’s most comprehensive healthcare provider.
The event the TriageLogic sponsored, “Keep Reaching for the Stars,” was a children’s fashion show that featured current and former patients. Charu and Ravi escorted Stevie Rukab, a patient at Wolfson’s, down the runway. Currently, proceeds from this event support funding for the Larry J. Freeman Behavioral Health Center. This facility will treat children facing complex medical issues and psychological concerns and will house the only truly comprehensive children’s behavioral health program in the region.
The Art and Antiques Show begins with an opening Gala, which is the much anticipated highlight of Jacksonville’s social season. The Gala, which each year has a new and innovative theme, hosts between 1200 and 1400 patrons and guests. Doctors Charu and Ravi Raheja are seen below at the Gala with Karen and Don Wolfson, as well as other patrons of the event.
Supporting children and our community is important to Charu and Ravi Raheja, as well as the TriageLogic Group. In the next year TriageLogic plans to continue being involved with various charities and organizations. TriageLogic will even be providing some of its services to a non-profit organization in need of access to quality healthcare. We encourage all of you to go out this holiday season and throughout the year to support the causes that are important to you. Every little bit that you can do or give will help.
We here at TriageLogic hope that everyone is enjoying the holidays and wish you all a Happy New Year!
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