JUPITER, FL –Roger Dean Stadium is pleased to announce that Saturday, July 11th is Tenet Health Care Night at the stadium. The night will be a celebration of both Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center and Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, which are both Tenet properties, as the Palm Beach Cardinals take on the Tampa Yankees with first pitch scheduled for 5:35 p.m.
Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center was the first hospital in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast to perform open-heart surgery, and has since remained one of the area’s leading heart hospitals having performed over 16,000 open-heart surgeries and more than 100,000 cardiac catheterizations. The Heart & Vascular Institute at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center offers comprehensive cardiac care including the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure, a minimally invasive treatment option for patients suffering from severe aortic stenosis. Additional services include orthopedics and joint replacement, a Certified Primary Stroke Center, diagnostic imaging, general and robotic surgery, and 24-hour emergency care. To learn more about Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center or a complimentary physician referral, please call 561-625-5070 or visit www.pbgmc.com.
Palm Beach Children’s Hospital at St. Mary’s Medical Center is the only dedicated children’s hospital between Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando. Along with 24/7 dedicated pediatric emergency and trauma care, Palm Beach Children’s Hospital offers some of the most specialized pediatric services that include limb reconstruction and lengthening at the Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute, adolescent bariatrics, Concussion Treatment Center, pediatric oncology program, which includes membership in the Children’s Oncology Group - a clinical trials group supported by the National Cancer Institute, pediatric neurology and pediatric orthopedics. In addition, in-house pediatric intensivists work with area pediatricians to care for children while staying at Palm Beach Children’s Hospital.
For the second straight year Roger Dean Stadium and Palm Beach Children’s Hospital teamed up for a 50/50 raffle at each Spring Training game to raise money for Alliance for Kids. During the 2015 Spring Training, the raffle raised over $20,000 for Palm Beach Children’s Hospital which goes toward Alliance for Kids, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to providing resources, special programs and Child Life services for patients and families of Palm Beach Children’s Hospital. To learn more about Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, visit www.palmbeachchildrens.com or call 561-844-6300.
Tickets for Saturday’s game are still available. Go to the Roger Dean Stadium ticket office or order on Ticketmaster.com to have a great day at the ballpark while celebrating the hard work of two of the region’s best hospitals.