Jane Haderlein, senior vice president of philanthropy and public relations, shares the role philanthropy plays in the growth and education of our nurses and physicians in Business Life

June 27, 2018

Jane Haderlein, senior vice president of philanthropy and public relations

In the June issue of Business Life, Jane Haderlein, senior vice president of philanthropy and public relations, writes about the role philanthropy plays in furthering the growth and education of our nurses and physicians at Huntington Hospital. Through the generous support of our community, gifts to our Institute for Nursing Excellence and Innovation and toward our Graduate Medical Education (GME) program allow us to support outstanding nursing care and train the next generation of physicians working in our region.


“Huntington Hospital relies on the generous support of the community to sustain and enhance these key programs for our nurses and physician residents,” says Haderlein. “Some of our donors are inspired by personal experiences. Others simply recognize how important it is to have superior medical care available in our region. We are grateful for their outstanding leadership and investment in the art of excellent medicine.”

For more information about philanthropy at Huntington Hospital, please visit: https://giving.huntingtonhospital.com/philanthropy

To read the complete article in Business Life Magazine, please visit: http://www.businesslife.com/articles.php?id=3108

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