Neighborhood Health Will Host Recognition Breakfast
Nashville, TN – On Thursday, September 22, Neighborhood Health will host its first Recognition Breakfast fundraising event. Mayor Megan Barry will be the guest speaker at the breakfast, which will be hosted at Belmont University’s Maddox Grand Atrium.
During the breakfast, Neighborhood Health will honor the contributions of three men credited with helping to found the 40 year old network of community health centers: Dr. Robert Bone, Irwin Venick, Attorney at Law, and Dr. Eric Chazen.
“This breakfast is a celebration of 40 years serving our communities,” said Mary Bufwack, CEO. “It is our hope to make this an annual celebration and fundraiser, which will help us continue to serve the most vulnerable populations in Nashville, Lebanon, and Hartsville.”
Registration will open at 7:00 a.m., with the breakfast beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m. Maddox Grand Atrium is located at 1900 Belmont Blvd. in Nashville; there is plenty of free parking in the garage adjacent to the Atrium. Those who plan to attend are asked to register. Questions may be directed to Lorene Perkins at 615-227-3000. Attendance is free, but donations are appreciated.
Neighborhood Health, formerly United Neighborhood Health Services, Inc., is a private non-profit network of neighborhood health centers that have served middle Tennessee for 40 years. Through its eight Nashville neighborhood clinics, the Downtown and Mission Homeless Clinics, two mobile health units, and clinics in Hartsville and Lebanon, Neighborhood Health annually serves approx. 32,000 medically underserved people of all ages; 17,000 have no health insurance. Visit www.NeighborhoodHealthTN.org or call 615-227-3000 for information about Neighborhood Health clinics and programs.