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30th Annual Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation STARS Gala

STARS Gala: 9 women dressed up

STARS gala: nancy cox and a gentleman all dressed upThe 30th annual Evening with the STARS Gala raised nearly $140,000 for the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation to benefit the Emergency Department at Saint Joseph Hospital.

More than 500 people attended the event on Saturday, November 10, 2018. Three awards were given to some of the area’s most innovative and caring health care professionals and community leaders. This year’s award recipients are:

· John Harris, MD – Physician of the Year, Saint Joseph Hospital

· Kathleen Martin, MD – Physician of the Year, Saint Joseph East

· The founders of the STARS Gala – Community Volunteer of the Year
Those recognized were Helen Hamilton, Jean Jacobs, Barbara Grossman, Genie Whayne, Phyllis Cronin, the late Pam Gee and the late Carol Eastland.STARS gala: older womna dressed up and at a clear podium

Also recognized was Karen Hillenmeyer, recipient of the 2018 Practitioner of the Year award from the Kentucky Academy of Physician Assistants.

“Each year, money raised at this gala helps fund facility projects including patient financial assistance, nursing scholarships, breast health, education and more,” said Leslie Buddeke Smart, CFRE, president, Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation. “We are grateful for the support of our community and those who have made this annual event such a success over the years. The donations are truly leaving a lasting impact on our facilities, staff and patients.”

Over the years, the Evening with the STARS Gala has raised more than $1.5 million for mission and outreach services at Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph East and the Saint Joseph Jessamine RJ Corman Ambulatory Care Center.

Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation supports KentuckyOne Health’s drive for excellence by inspiring donors to make a tangible difference through their philanthropic investment in outstanding patient care facilities and services, the education of caregivers, advanced clinical research and improved access to quality medical care.

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