|WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2018|
|California Winemaker Leads Campaign to Support Prostate Cancer Research
Robert Hollander describes himself as a wine-loving physician living with advanced prostate cancer. He first started making wine in 2007 as a passion project that reflected his longstanding interest in wine. After receiving a devastating cancer diagnosis in 2009, this passion turned to purpose.
Dr. Hollander’s 2RedWinery crafts small-volume wines with all proceeds from sales supporting prostate cancer research at top medical centers and NCI-designated cancer centers around the country. This year, he is partnering with Fox Chase Cancer Center in his fundraising efforts.
His award-winning Zinpiphany© Zinfandel and Rhone-styled #2red have garnered accolades at multiple events, including the San Francisco International Wine Competition, American Fine Wine Competition, and NY World Wine & Spirits Competition. Supporters of his campaign can purchase these wines while supporting Fox Chase through the Robert and Susan Hollander Foundation.
To learn more about Hollander’s story and his wines, and to make a purchase, go to his Indiegogo site. Questions about this campaign? Please contact Joe Maiellano in Fox Chase’s office of institutional advancement via email or by calling 215-728-2717.
Voting Open for Main Line Today’s Top Doctors Feature
Fox Chase faculty who see patients at the recently opened Fox Chase Cancer Center East Norriton — Hospital Outpatient Center are eligible to receive votes. Votes are being accepted for physicians who practice within the readership area of the magazine, including King of Prussia, Conshohocken, Collegeville, Norristown, East Norriton, Plymouth Meeting, Audubon, Broad Axe, and Blue Bell (Note: Elkins Park and Jenkintown are not included as these areas are located outside of the publication’s subscription area.).
Main Line Today will highlight honorees on its 2018 Top Doctors list in its December issue.
Fox Chase faculty are encouraged to go to http://www.mainlinetoday.com/Top-Doctors-2018-Adult-Specialties/ to vote for eligible colleagues you consider deserving of the Top Doctors honor. For reference, a listing of Fox Chase doctors who practice in East Norriton, located within the accepted geographic area, is available on the Fox Chase website and on the provider sheet.
CME Lecture to Focus on Preventing Medication Errors
Dwight Kloth, PharmD, FCCP, BCOP, director of pharmacy at Fox Chase Cancer Center, will focus the discussion on writing clear and precise medication orders, describing the methods Fox Chase uses to prevent fatal drug administration errors, comparing medications on The Joint Commission look alike/sound alike drug list, describing safety measures in place at Fox Chase as plans are underway toward implementation of computerized physician order entry, and describing examples from the medication safety literature in which electronic health records have caused patient harm rather than increasing safety margins.
More details are available on the event flyer. Questions? Please contact CME manager Lucia Tono-Ramirez via email or by calling 215-728-3797 or CME coordinator Rose Miriello via email or by calling 215-728-3319.
TODAY: Hawaiian-Themed Lunch Specials in the Jeanes Hospital Cafeteria
Questions or comments about food service offerings? Please contact Nancy Baumann, director of nutrition & hospitality for Fox Chase and Jeanes Hospital, via email or by calling 215-214-6678.
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