Recent Corporator Events & Activities
Emerson Hospital Auxiliary Timeless Treasures Tour
The Timeless Treasures Tour, an antique appraisal event presented for the first time ever by the Emerson Hospital Auxiliary, was held at the Hangar Café at 300 Baker Avenue in Concord. The event brought more than 100 people together with three professional appraisers to view and enjoy participants’ antique items and personal treasures. Proceeds from the event benefited patient programs and services at Emerson Hospital.
Health System Annual Meeting
The Emerson Health System Annual Meeting was held at the Westford Regency Inn on April 16 after being rescheduled twice! There were 212 attendees and, of that, 62 percent were corporators and their spouses. The meeting began with a presentation, “The New Face of Population Health Management,” by Gregg S. Meyer, MD, MSc , chief clinical officer at Partners Healthcare. Following Dr. Meyer’s presentation, elections were held and reports were delivered by James Street, PhD, MD, president of the medical staff and Christine Schuster, president & CEO of Emerson Hospital.
Emerson Hospital Auxiliary Crafters Luncheon
The Emerson Hospital Auxiliary hosts an annual “thank you” luncheon for all volunteers who make items for the hospital’s patients: teddy bears for the Pediatric Intervention Team coping kits, personalized quilts and caps for cancer patients, knitted caps for newborns and anti-ouch pouch pillows for mastectomy patients. At the luncheon, Terrie Enis, PT, MSPT, Director of Rehabilitation Services, presented “The Road Map to Rehab,” which highlighted the hospital’s Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies, the new and expanded outpatient rehabilitation center that recently relocated to 300 Baker Avenue.
Emerson Hospital 5k Run~Walk for Cancer
Emerson’s annual Run~Walk, held on May 30 at The Thoreau Club in Concord, drew more than 550 participants who enjoyed a warm spring day of exercise followed by a barbeque lunch, awards ceremony and family activities, including a tot trot, tie-dye T-shirts and an inflatable obstacle course. More than $90,000 was raised to benefit cancer care at Emerson. Thank you to event co-chairs corporators Sally Savelle and Faith Pulis for leading a successful fundraising and cancer awareness event. In addition to Sally and Faith, we want to extend thanks to all the corporators who supported this event as a participant, sponsor, volunteer or donor. We exceeded our fundraising goal by $15,000 and couldn’t have done it without your support.