After my mother’s recent surgery by Dr. Vincent Traynelis
, Director of Neurosurgery Spine Service at Rush and the extraordinary care she received in the new hospital, I am prouder than ever about Make It Better
‘s support for this event.
Mom’s surgery and post operative stay was in the new butterfly shaped, gold LEED certified,
quiet, sunny, better-healing-guaranteed hospital that Rush opened in 2012. A growing body of research concludes that some hospital designs are more healing than others. Count me a big believer of this, after my mom’s Rush experience! The attitude of staff makes a big difference too.
COO of Rush Peter Butler paying my mom a visit during her stay. The care was excellent.
Please join me and Make It Better at the show or find other ways to support this important initiative too.
- MIB Connection to Rush University Medical Center
Make it Better
has covered Rush University Medical Center
Women’s Board Fashion show many times over the years in support of this amazing mission. First, we told you about how Marletta Darnall
never imagined how important her volunteer work would be as a model when she was then diagnosed with cancer. We also covered the new look of the show
a few years back, supporting the event and driving traffic for the great cause.
This year will be 88th Annual Rush Fashion Show, “IMAGINE”, to be held
on Thursday, October 2nd.
Gloria Masterson (Fashion Show Chair) and Catherine King (Woman’s Board President) have worked tirelessly for over a year to bring a new vibe and hip aura to the longest running charity fashion show in Chicago.
Here’s the news they are reporting on the upcoming event;
This year will be completely different from years past as the show has been moved to the newly renovated Morgan Manufacturing, a pre-Chicago Fire building that will lend an edgy, industrial elegance to the ambiance of the night.
The Board reports; “This year the Woman’s Board has committed to raise $500,000 to support Intraoperative Imaging Technology that will allow the removal of complex brain tumors with greater accuracy and efficacy. Rush’s neurosurgeons already treat more neuro-oncology cases than any other team in the Chicago region and would be the first hospital within the city to employ this unique technology.”
I am excited for all that’s in store with this year’s show. Spread the word and we hope to see you there….