Always looking for ways to support our clients across the U.S. as well as supporting the providers and patients in our own community, Hollis Cobb is working with hospitals to recognize October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Numerous Hollis Cobb staff, managers and the company CEO have family members who are breast cancer survivors or have even succumbed to the disease. The company also makes yearly donations to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to benefit Breast Cancer research and assistance to patients.
The corporate office is located in Gwinnett County Georgia, and several Hollis Cobb employees are taking part in the Paint Gwinnett Pink breast cancer awareness event to benefit the Northside Hospital Gwinnett Breast Center. Once again this year, Hollis Cobb is helping to sponsor the event scheduled for Saturday, October 23. In the present Covid environment, the annual event is virtual this year, but the monetary donations from individuals and companies, like Hollis Cobb, are just as important to making a difference in the lives of those facing breast cancer in the community.
It is not too late to become involved in Paint Gwinnett Pink, and more information is available at PaintGwinnettPink.org or by calling the Northside Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation at 678-312-8500. Hollis Cobb employees from the Admin Department, Elsa Dugan, Angela Samuels and Ebony Jones will be representing the company on October 23.
The Northside Hospital Cancer Institute (NHCI) is one of the nation’s leading providers of cancer care services with the largest and most comprehensive cancer care network in Georgia. The Institute combines the latest in technology and research with compassionate and patient-centered care. Learn more about NHCI here: BuiltToBeatCancer.com.