Over 140 Founders and friends recently gathered at Miami Jewish Health Systems, one of South Florida’s largest providers of comprehensive healthcare, for the nonprofit organization’s annual Winter Founders Dinner in honor of MJHS’ 70th anniversary season.
A celebratory cocktail reception, held in the beautiful Korman Rehabilitation Courtyard, was followed by an interactive presentation in the Aegis Rehabilitation Center. While touring ten separate locations of the Center, guests were treated to hands on experiences, showcasing the many facets of Aegis Therapies.
Following the tour, dinner was held in the May Visitors Center where Founders president Jane Kahn Jacobs greeted guests and spoke about all of the exciting and innovative programs and projects MJHS has planned for the season. The season will conclude on Thursday, May 5, 2011 at MJHS’ final “Founders and Friends Dinner” where the grand drawing will take place for a 2011 Toyota Prius raffle, generously donated by Toyota of South Florida.
Miami Jewish Health Systems is one of the largest and most innovative healthcare providers in the southeast United States. Founded in Miami in 1940, the 1,000 employee not-for-profit healthcare system treats 3,700 people daily through Centers of Excellence, residential living, community care, Alzheimer’s and memory care, nursing and medical care programs. These areas of focus aim to help people of all ages enjoy longer, healthier, more enriched lives.
Learn more at MiamiJewishHealthSystems.org.