A special card, a phone call, a visit back to the hospital to personally thank a team of extraordinary caregivers – all of these things and more are ways in which patients of Winthrop-University Hospital have expressed their gratitude for the outstanding medical care they’ve received here. Yet S. Michael Apollo wanted to go a step beyond – giving back in a way that will touch the lives of countless other Winthrop patients for years to come.
S. Michael Apollo (second from left) and his daughter, Ann Marie, (third from left) are joined by (l.-r.) John P. Broder, Vice President, External Affairs & Development; John F. Collins, Winthrop’s President & CEO; Palmira Cataliotti, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Amy Wolin, Assistant Vice President, Patient Financial Services; and Preciosa Oliveira, Director of Patient Access Services.
Recently, Mr. Apollo made his third significant donation to Winthrop. In recognition of his extraordinary benevolence, members of Winthrop’s Administration and Admitting Office joined with Mr. Apollo and his daughter, Ann Marie, to celebrate with a special donor recognition plaque dedication.
John P. Broder, Vice President of External Affairs and Development at Winthrop (right) thanks S. Michael Apollo (left) for his significant contributions to Winthrop during a recent plaque dedication at Winthrop’s Admitting Office held in Mr. Apollo’s honor.
“Mr. Apollo truly understands and embraces the concept of expressing his thanks philanthropically,” said John P. Broder, Vice President of External Affairs & Development at Winthrop. “He is keenly aware of the significant, positive impact donor support provides for a not-for-profit institution like Winthrop. Mr. Apollo remains a dedicated friend of Winthrop who makes his most generous donations in the true spirit of philanthropic giving.”
Vol. 22, No. 1
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