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You are cordially invited to join us for these fun-filled events.

 

Sep
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Freda Kaftsow Sacks Behavioral Health Film Screening
Sep 12 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Einstein Healthcare Network Behavioral Health and The Freda Kraftsow Sacks Family Resource Center
invite you to an encore screening of

“No Letting Go”

Written and directed by Jonathan D. Bucari

Starring: Cheryl Allison, Richard Burgi, Kathy Najimy, Alyssa Reiner, Janet Hubert, Lisa Roberts Gillan, Noah Silverman, David Schallip

“No Letting Go” follows the Spencer family whose middle son, Timothy, struggles with anxiety, depression and mood disorder. As his symptoms become more and more debilitating, his parents are faced with painfully difficult choices that will change their lives forever.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Doors Open 5:00 p.m. & Screening Begins 5:30 p.m.
Post-screening panel discussion to follow

Gouley Auditorium at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
5501 Old York Road, Philadelphia, PA 19141
Complimentary self-parking available in the Korman Parking Pavilion

~ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ~

Advance reservations preferred by emailing events@einstein.edu
Subject: Sacks Film

Sep
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Provider Meet and Greet – Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
Sep 13 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

An invitation only event for physicians and medical professionals to network and share information and resources. For more information contact Kimberly Gross at 215-456-6172 or email events@einstein.edu

Oct
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Empowering a Legacy
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Breast Cancer Action Group proudly presents:

Jennifer Hayden
Author – Story of My Tits & Underwire
Diagnosed with breast cancer at age 43, Jennifer realized her breasts told a story. Across her life time they had held so many meanings: hope and fear, pride and embarrassment. And then they were gone. In her graphic novels, she tells her story of cancer diagnosis and how, while impacting her life, it was only a footnote compared to all that she was as a mother, wife, daughter, and a woman. Her critically acclaimed and relatable stories will make you laugh and cry, but most of all leave you inspired and empowered. 

Lisa Jablon, MD
Breast Surgeon & Director, Women’s Breast Health Program, Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
As Director of Einstein’s Breast Health Program, Dr. Jablon leads the breast surgical team. Under her leadership, Einstein’s Breast Health Program received national recognition as an Accredited Breast Center by the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Jablon, a gifted surgeon, practices the latest surgical techniques including skin sparing mastectomy and sentinel node biopsies. Dr. Jablon also serves as the Director of the Genetics Risk Program and helps counsel women who have family histories of breast and ovarian cancer.

For more information, please contact Kimberly Gross at events@einstein.edu
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The 65th Annual Harvest Ball – A Sapphire Anniversary
Nov 4 @ 7:00 pm – Nov 5 @ 12:00 am

Together We Can Save Lives
Join The Friends of Einstein Healthcare Network for the 65th Annual Harvest Ball. This annual tradition continues as one of the premier fundraising events for the network. This year, all proceeds of the Harvest Ball will benefit the Electrophysiology Center for Excellence.

Electrophysiology Center for Excellence
Einstein Healthcare Network is a leader and innovator in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Focused on care, education and research, our goal is to further improve patient outcomes through enhanced disease prevention and early detection, expanded surgical and non-surgical treatment options, and comprehensive rehabilitation and wellness.

Life-threatening arrhythmias leading to sudden cardiac death are the largest cause of natural death in the United States. Einstein’s Electrophysiology (EP) Service provides groundbreaking technologies to address these and other heart electrical problems. Einstein’s EP Service is one of the busiest in the region offering a full range of services including procedures targeting common, serious and sometimes life-threatening conditions.

Building on Einstein’s leadership in this field, funds raised by the 65th Annual Harvest Ball will support a new Electrophysiology Lab with advanced 3D mapping techniques, innovative heart failure therapies and stroke reduction procedures. The new Electrophysiology Lab will feature cutting-edge technologies to support Einstein’s multidisciplinary approach to treating electrical heart abnormalities and allow more patients to access life-saving care.