The new inpatient building is BIDMC’s highest philanthropic priority, and leading the way in supporting this effort are three couples with deep ties to the medical center: Midge and Tom DeSimone, Carol and Howard Anderson, and Lis Tarlow and Steve Kay—who have all generously increased their original commitments.
With the generous support of the Lunder Foundation, the groundbreaking Transition to Practice Nursing Residency Program is training and retaining a diverse and dedicated workforce—and providing a unique opportunity for a talented group of young nurses to launch their careers.
Made possible by a generous gift, the Jeffrey S. Flier and Eleftheria Maratos-Flier Lectureships in Metabolic Disease will take place annually to bring together trainees, physicians, and world-renowned thought leaders.
Dan Revers understands the power of investing in human ingenuity.
With an eye to the future, the Li family supports BIDMC’s new inpatient building.
Susan and Aron Ain’s gift will support BIDMC’s caregivers and new inpatient building in a profound way.
Exceptional care is a very personal thing to the Lubin family.
Arguably one of David Frankel’s most prized skills is performing due diligence.
Continually inspired by the promise and power of science and technology, Brit d’Arbeloff has always been a trailblazer.