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18th Annual event held October 19 at Marriott Louisville Downtown
Louisville, Ky. (October 2, 2013)— Whether the ideal vacation features a hunting lodge or an ocean view, the 19th Annual Doctor’s Ball, hosted by the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, part of KentuckyOne Health, will offer luxury auction items to please every taste.
This year’s event, set to take place October 19, 2013 at the Marriott Louisville Downtown, will feature nearly 80 attention-grabbing silent auction packages. Silent auction highlights include:
For 18 years, the annual Doctors’ Ball has honored the service of area physicians and community leaders. This year’s event will recognize some of the area’s most innovative and caring doctors and community leaders including:
Frank B. Miller, M.D. Ephraim McDowell Physician of the Year
Lindy & Bill Street Community Leaders of the Year
Muhammad Babar, M.D. Excellence in Community Service
Bryan Carter, M.D. Excellence in Mental Health
Mary Fallat, M.D. Compassionate Physician Award
Luis R. Scheker, M.D. and Tsu-Min Tsai, M.D. Excellence in Education
The black-tie event will include cocktails and silent auction beginning at 6:30 p.m., then dinner and an awards ceremony at 8 p.m. Live entertainment will be provided by Groove Essential. Tickets are $250 each. To purchase tickets to the Doctors’ Ball, visit kentuckyonehealth.org/DoctorsBall or call 502.587.4596.
Proceeds from the Doctors’ Ball support the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation. The Foundation invests in outstanding patient care facilities and services, the education of health caregivers, advanced clinical research and improved access to quality medical care.
In late 2012, the Foundation granted more than $18 million, the largest grants in its history. The funding ranged from $500,000 to make the Kosair Charities Children’s Peace Center at Our Lady of Peace more kid-friendly to a $5 million investment to create a hybrid operating room and Resuscitation Center at Jewish Hospital.
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