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KEVIN TABB SAYS ‘THANK YOU’

Through your remarkable generosity, BIDMC once again set the bar for fundraising totals in FY’14. Kevin Tabb, M.D., BIDMC President and CEO, is truly proud of the support and dedication to the Medical Center shown by friends and partners.

ADVANCING NEPHROLOGY EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Cathy Bernstein, Geoffrey Bernstein, and Michael Bernstein made a generous gift of $500,000 in memory of their husband and father, Stanley J. Bernstein, to support the work of Robert Cohen, M.D., in the field of nephrology.

STAYING SAFE

With a focus on eliminating preventable harm and boosting patient safety, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation made a $5.4 million pledge in 2013 to the intensive care unit (ICU) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

UTILIZING THE POWER OF RNA

Nino and Pamela Micozzi, dedicated supporters of the Medical Center, made a $500,000 pledge to help fund the BIDMC Cancer Center’s Institute for RNA Medicine (iRM).

INVESTING IN POTENTIAL

Longtime BIDMC friends Martin and Diane Trust made a generous donation of $1 million to BIDMC in 2013 to help establish the Martin and Diane Trust Career Development Chair in Surgery.

A HEARTFELT THANK YOU

It is an honor to recognize and thank our outstanding supporters and partners for the remarkable successes of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s last fiscal year. With an impressive fundraising total of nearly $54 million, the most raised in a single year in the history of BIDMC, we continued our efforts to fund groundbreaking research and drive our commitment to academic excellence.

Your generosity enables our institution to provide the highest level of care to our patients and their families. It provides critical funding for leading-edge research, and allows us to train the next generation of leaders in health care. On behalf of the BIDMC community and the patients who will benefit from this important work, thank you for your support.

   -   Kevin Tabb, M.D., President and CEO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center