South Miami Hospital/Kidz Medical Services Mercury Ball
Benefiting South Miami Hospital's NICUCharity & Social Events
Baptist Health Foundation will give gala-goers a glimpse of the Roaring ‘20s at this year’s South Miami Hospital/Kidz Medical Services Mercury Ball. Themed “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” the black-tie gala will raise funds for a new campaign benefiting the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Titled, “NowICU,” the campaign will enable the hospital to purchase sophisticated webcams for every bed in the NICU, easing the anxiety of caring parents and relatives by allowing them to see their precious babies when they can’t be there in-person.
Emceed by South Miami Hospital CEO Lincoln Mendez, the Mercury Ball is chaired by Gabriel De Armas, Jr.; Zenia and Ghassan Haddad, M.D., and Mari and Romeo Majano, M.D. Generous sponsors include Florida Heart Care, First National Bank of South Miami, Radiology Associates of South Florida, Intermedia Touch, Tri-City Electric, Bacardi and Southern Wine & Spirits.
To purchase tickets or tables, email Events@BaptistHealth.net or call 786-467-5400.
About South Miami Hospital
South Miami Hospital is part of Baptist Health South Florida, the largest healthcare organization in the region, with seven hospitals (Baptist Hospital, Baptist Children’s Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Homestead Hospital, Mariners Hospital, South Miami Hospital and West Kendall Baptist Hospital), nearly 50 outpatient and urgent care facilities, Baptist Health Medical Group, Baptist Health Quality Network and internationally renowned centers of excellence. The not-for-profit, faith-based Baptist Health has approximately 16,000 employees and 2,300 affiliated physicians. Baptist Health South Florida has been recognized by Fortune as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America and by Ethisphere as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. For more information, visit www.BaptistHealth.net and connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/BaptistHealthSF and on Twitter and Instagram @BaptistHealthSF.