DETROIT–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The employees of the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) raised $25,000 through
a workplace giving campaign for the children and families affected by
the Flint Water Crisis. This generous raising of funds is in addition to
medical expertise previously offered by DMC Children’s Hospital of
Michigan. To ensure that their collective financial donation was
impactful, the employees partnered with the Flint Child Health &
Development Fund at the Community Foundation of Greater Flint where
funds will be used to aid children with interventions that support
positive health outcomes for Flint children.
“Our employees’ contribution, combined with others, will help ensure the
necessary support services and ongoing intervention will continue for
the health and well-being of Flint residents now and in the future,”
said Joe Mullany, CEO, Detroit Medical Center. “I am proud to be part of
an organization filled with so many generous and empathic employees.”
The Flint Child Health & Development Fund at the Community Foundation of
Greater Flint fund was established by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, a former
Chief Resident at Children’s Hospital of Michigan, who has been at the
forefront of the Flint water issue.
For more information on the Detroit Medical Center, visit www.dmc.org
or call 1-888-DMC-2500.
About the Detroit Medical Center
The Detroit Medical Center operates eight hospitals and institutes,
including Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit Receiving Hospital,
Harper University Hospital, Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital, Hutzel Women’s
Hospital, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Sinai-Grace Hospital,
and DMC Heart Hospital. The Detroit Medical Center is a leading regional
health care system with a mission of excellence in clinical care,
research and medical education. The Detroit Medical Center is proud to
be the Official Healthcare Services Provider of the Detroit Tigers,
Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons.
Detroit Medical Center
Melanie Moss, (c) 313-460-6416