L-R: Elliot Joseph, president and CEO, Hartford HealthCare; Carolyn Joseph; Debbie Markowitz; Stuart Markowitz, MD, president, Hartford Hospital, and SVP, Hartford HealthCare; Lori Flaks; Jeff Flaks, executive vice president and COO, Hartford HealthCare
L-R: Elliot Joseph, president and CEO, Hartford HealthCare; Carolyn Joseph; Debbie Markowitz; Stuart Markowitz, MD, president, Hartford Hospital, and SVP, Hartford HealthCare; Lori Flaks; Jeff Flaks, executive vice president and COO, Hartford HealthCare

       
A Celebration of 25 Years of the Black & Red 

 

 

Black & Red Raises $1M for Bone & Joint Institute


Nearly 1,200 friends and supporters of Hartford Hospital celebrated the Bone & Joint Institute and the 25th anniversary of the hospital's signature fund-raising event, the Black & Red, on Saturday, February 6, at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts. With the band Chicago as the featured entertainment, gala guests were treated to dining on all three floors of The Bushnell as well as an after-concert dance party with the band Flipside. The event raised more than $1 million to benefit the Bone & Joint Institute, whose new home is under construction at Retreat Avenue and Seymour Street in Hartford. More about the Black & Red.

 

See more Black & Red photos at Brian Ambrose Photography.

Watch the NBC Connecticut broadcast from the Black & Red.

Read more about the Bone & Joint Institute.


 

A Gift Of Appreciation

Prasad Srinivasan and Kala Prasad

Prasad Srinivasan, MD, and his wife Kala Prasad have made a gift of $50,000 to Hartford Hospital to support the training and education provided through the hospital’s Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI) - See more at: https://giving.harthosp.org/news--announcements/news-briefs#sthash.KhyPG8te.dpuf

A gift from Prasad Srinivasan, MD, and his wife Kala Prasad supports the training and education provided through CESI. More.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pancreatic Cancer Research

Brittany Vose_Cancer Center

Brittany Vose, center, honors the memory of her father by supporting research at the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center. More.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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