- Last Updated on Friday, 31 May 2019 11:39
Monongahela Valley Hospital’s (MVH) annual black-tie fundraiser held Saturday, May 18, was themed “A Roaring Good Time” after the bootlegging-1920’s era.
MVH’s Gala 31, sponsored by The Monongahela Valley Hospital Foundation, was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Wyndham Grand in downtown Pittsburgh. Nearly 600 guests, adorned in their best “roaring 20s” attire, helped to raise over $130,000. Top sponsors of the evening were, Doctors First, KeyBanc Capital Markets, Giant Eagle and OSPTA.
The event celebrated five exemplary individuals for their commitment to excellence with Dimensions in Performance Awards. These awards honor the multi-dimensional talents of special friends, benefactors and members of the health care family who have distinguished themselves in the areas of philanthropy, medicine, volunteerism and civic well-being.
Gala 31 came to a close with music and dancing from one of Pittsburgh's finest variety bands, Finesse, a mock casino and photo booths.
Ajay Mathur M.D., F.A.C.P.
To view photos from Gala 31, visit https://mvhgala31.shutterfly.com/.jay Mathur M.D., F.A.C.P., was recognized with the Sickman-Levin Award for Dimensions in Medicine for the high level of care he provides to patients and his leadership in the Hospital.
Abdul S. Chaudry, M.D. and Adil Chaudry, M.D.
Abdul S. Chaudry, M.D. and Adil Chaudry, M.D., of Imaging Associates of Greater Pittsburgh were awarded with the Rose Award for Dimensions in Philanthropy for their support in enhancing education and health initiatives throughout the region.
David T. Hunter
David T. Hunter was recognized with the Gibbons Award for Dimensions in Community Service for his dedication to the health, social and civic needs of area residents and help to improve the quality of life.
Theresa Corbitt was recognized with the Rossomme Award for Dimensions in Volunteer Service for giving of her time and talents in volunteer services to the health system.
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