AAMC Volunteer Gives the Gift of Time and Treasure

AAMC volunteer
Jan Wood, AAMC Foundation president; Buddy Sears, AAMC Aauxilian; Eve Sage, AAMC’s General Surgical Unit, Joint Center and Spine Center clinical director; Bob Bold, Davidsonville Ruritan Club president; and Christine Frost, AAMC’s Acute Care Services senior nursing director.

After years of service as an AAMC volunteer, longtime AAMC Auxilian Buddy Sears wanted to make a difference for the hospital in another impactful way. Through his volunteer shifts assisting patient recovery and physical therapy at the Joint Center and Spine Center at AAMC, Buddy recognized the need for new recliner chairs to transport patients to and from joint camp and provide comfortable accommodations during recovery.

Also a member of the Davidsonville Ruritan Club, a non-profit community service organization local to the Annapolis area, Buddy shared his request and interest in supporting AAMC with his fellow members. In October 2016, the Davidsonville Ruritan Club made a generous $50,000 charitable gift to purchase 28 brand-new recliner chairs to support patient- and family-centered care and comfort. We have the busiest joint replacement program in Maryland, and the new chairs will make an incredible difference for those we serve.

 Call the AAMC Foundation at 443-481-4747 or visit AAMCFoundation.org to learn how you can help.

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