Stories with tag: "Philanthropy"

Brain Health & Conditions

A Partner to Care Partners

Jori Fleisher, MD, MSCE, FAAN, receives federal grant to advance research launched by philanthropy to improve life for patients and their care partners
Jori Fleisher, MD, MSCE, FAAN
Waterford Place

Cynthia’s Story: Waterford Place Is Her Lifeline

The cancer resource center has ‘absolutely’ been a factor in her survivorship
Cynthia Highfield, a participant at Waterford Place Cancer Resource Center

Fully Invested in RUSH’s Mission and Future

RUSH University honors five with endowed faculty positions supported by philanthropic partners
Fall RUSH Investiture Ceremony honorees pose for a photo with Michelle and Larry Goodman, MD.
Mental & Behavioral Health

Dee’s 360

Road Home clinic coordinator connects with clients receiving services that supported her military family
Dee Garcia, a woman with long brown hair and a smile on her face, talks on the phone while working at the Road Home Program.

Setting New Standards in Breast Imaging

A conversation with Lisa Stempel, MD, chief of breast imaging at RUSH, about how donors’ support of the Regenstein Breast Imaging Center is helping experts catch more breast cancers earlier and transforming screening practices
Lisa Stempel, MD, chief of breast imaging at RUSH
Waterford Place

Walking for Waterford Place

Aurora Carillon Lions Club hosts walkathon to benefit people with cancer
A rep from Waterford Place takes a selfie with the walkers from the Aurora Carillon Lions Club during their walkathon.
Bones and Joints

Giving People a Higher Quality of Life

Positive patient care experiences among their family members inspired Dave and Theresann Seeger to make annual gifts, generous planned gift to RUSH supporting orthopedics and Parkinson’s disease.
Dave and Theresann Seeger
Mental & Behavioral Health

Reg's Story: Making the Call

Veteran, therapist who referred other vets to Road Home received help when he needed it
Reg McCutcheon, a trained trauma therapist, speaks with a client at his practice

A Rare Look Inside Chicago’s Top Sports Teams — and Support for Orthopedic Research

At the Chicago Sports Summit, attendees will hear from sports industry leaders and discuss the latest topics — from risky moves to pickleball
Two people have a discussion at the Chicago Sports Summit.

A Warm Welcome

Second-year medical student and DACA recipient finds community and support at RUSH
Second-year medical student Ye Rim Noh studies in the Joan and Paul Rubschlager Building on the campus of RUSH University Medical Center.