Holy Redeemer to Host Brunch for Cancer Survivors
Posted Date: 5/31/2012
Meadowbrook, PA—May 31, 2012—The Charles A. and Betty Bott Cancer Center at Holy Redeemer Hospital will host its 9th annual Cancer Survivor’s Day Celebration from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 10, 2012 at the Philmont Country Club. Drs. Beth DuPree, Medical Director, Holy Redeemer Breast Health Program, and Pallav Mehta, Medical Director, Holy Redeemer Cancer Center, are the scheduled guest speakers.
This uplifting event was developed to honor cancer survivors who received their treatment at the Charles A. and Betty Bott Cancer Center at Holy Redeemer Hospital, and to encourage them to share in a celebration of life and cancer survivorship. More than 100 survivors and 100 guests attend the brunch each year.
Attendance at the Cancer Survivor’s Day Celebration is by invitation only. Invitees may RSVP by calling Sharon Naylor at 215-938-3569, and are welcome to bring a guest for a nominal fee of $10, payable by cash or check at the door. The Philmont Country Club is located at 301 Tomlinson Road, Huntingdon Valley.
About The Charles A. and Betty Bott Cancer Center
The Charles A. and Betty Bott Cancer Center at Holy Redeemer Hospital is an accredited cancer program by The American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, as well as the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers. We combine compassionate care with the latest cancer diagnostic and treatment services, in one convenient location. As a member of the Penn Cancer Network, the Charles A. and Betty Bott Cancer Center's services are complemented by the resources and expertise of Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, one of a select number of cancer centers designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
About Holy Redeemer Health System
With an emphasis on providing a continuum of care, Holy Redeemer Health System remains true to the mission to care, comfort and heal that its sponsors, the Sisters of the Holy Redeemer, began in our region in 1924 – to provide high quality, compassionate care. Today, Holy Redeemer offers a wide range of healthcare and health-related services, including an acute care hospital, home health and hospice services, two skilled nursing facilities, assisted living, a retirement community, low-income housing, an active living community, and a transitional housing program for homeless women and children. With corporate offices in Huntingdon Valley, PA, Holy Redeemer Health System is a Catholic healthcare provider, serving southeastern Pennsylvania and 11 counties in New Jersey, from Union County south to Cape May County.