Local Sponsor Spotlight: Prentice Women’s Hospital!

by Melisa on April 24, 2015

Tracey and I keep on stating that we could not do this show without sponsors, because it’s true. Having the support of local businesses is literally what keeps us going, and this year we were tremendously blessed with the return of Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s Prentice Women’s Hospital to our LTYM Chicago family.


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Just like last year when our charity partner was Recovery On Water (a support service and exercise program for women who are currently in treatment or have been through treatment for breast cancer), Prentice Women’s Hospital is a perfect fit with our 2015 charity, The Red Pump Project (an organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls, using the red shoe as a symbol of empowerment.) Women’s health and how to get care when needed are issues of the utmost importance. Prentice Women’s Hospital takes great care of women in every area of health:

Prentice Women’s Hospital opened its new facility on October 20, 2007 when it moved from its original facility to a new one million square foot state-of-the-art hospital dedicated to providing care for the unique needs of women through all stages of life. The hospital was thoughtfully conceived to provide patients with comfort and convenience, the latest in healthcare technology and support of the best professionals in healthcare.

From gynecologic and pregnancy care to menopause and bone health, we’re here for the health and happiness of women in all the stages of their lives. As part of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Prentice Women’s Hospital exists to provide the highest quality of comprehensive medical care to meet the unique needs of women.

We are over-the-moon excited to partner with Prentice Women’s Hospital again this year, and thank them so much for their support!

You can learn more about Prentice Women’s Hospital on their website and follow Northwestern Memorial on Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks again, Prentice! Your support means the world to us!

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