Michael K. Winthrop, President and CEO of The Bellevue Hospital (TBH), right, presents the Super Bowl Challenge Trophy and a gift basket to TBH employees representing the hospital’s Lab Department. TBH’s Lab staff brought in the most tickets for their Ohio State-themed basket during the Super Bowl Challenge. Front row left to right are Stacy Miller, Deb Shock, Beth Clark, and Amy Reiderman. Back row, Jack Foster, Kathy Sberna, Kelly Van Sickle, Anita Dagg, and Winthrop.
Bellevue Hospital (TBH) Foundation’s first-ever Super
Bowl Challenge was termed a rousing success after more
than $5,100 was raised for charity.
“There were two separate contests, one
involving the different hospital departments, and one
involving the community healthcare businesses,”
explained Kate Herring, director of TBH’s Foundation.
“The hospital departments conducted a basket raffle,
while the community healthcare offices sold paper
footballs for donations as well as chances on
Cleveland Cavaliers tickets and other drawings.”
In the basket raffle, over $3,300 was
raised and 17 different baskets given away as prizes.
The basket brining in the most tickets (950) was the
Ohio State-themed basket submitted by TBH’s Lab staff.
In the healthcare
office event, the offices of Advanced Neurologic
Associates raised $725, good for first place.
“Advanced Neurologic picked The Women’s
Mammography Fund at TBH to donate all the money raised
by the offices, for a total over $1,600,” added
Herring. “TBH’s Lab staff will pick a charity to
donate the other money raised. Overall, it was a great
success and we thank the physicians, their office
staffs, TBH employees, patients and community members
for helping the Foundation raise money for our
community hospital. We plan to make this a yearly
For any additional
information on TBH’s Foundation or Super Bowl
Challenge, contact Kate Herring at 419.483.4040, Ext.