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Phi Mu Miracle Market - UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh 2021

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WHEN

09/01/2021

 

WHERE

Virtual Fundraiser

 

CONTACT

Erika Gilbert

[email protected]

770-632-2132

Nutrition, Refeeding, and Stabilization of Health (NRSH)

The UPMC Center for Eating Disorders is one of the nation's few eating disorders treatment programs affiliated with an academic medical center. The partnership with UPMC - a premier health care provider in the United States - helps provide expert care for individuals who are extremely underweight or medically compromised. Children in this program suffer from eating disorders and are extremely underweight or medically compromised. To ensure medical stabilization and begin the process of nutritional restoration, these children are treated at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, ranked by US News & World Report as a top 10 pediatric hospital.  
Your donation will help transform the physical space within the hospital where the NRSH program resides. Several quotes have been provided below about the impact your donation will have on this program and space to ensure patients treated at UPMC Children's Hospital can continue to receive the highest quality of care. 

"Creating an atmosphere that is welcoming and comforting will give our patients the environment needed to succeed in their healing process."
- 9A Patient Care Technician

"Our nursing unit is thrilled that we have an opportunity to improve our eating disorder program by providing a more therapeutic feel to the space that we utilize for NRSH patients." 
-9A Nursing Staff Member

"The money donated to redoing this space will allow for our patients to be more comfortable and give them the ability to succeed in the NRSH program."
-9A Patient Care Technician

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