Pink Hat Tea - 2015
Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
2014 Pink Hat Tea
This wonderful free event continues to celebrate the journey for both newly diagnosed and long-term breast cancer survivors but we are inviting women to bring a guest! The event will focus on educating women on prevention, early detection, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.
Keynote Speaker: Coming soon.
We will provide a continental breakfast, lunch and a special day that includes a professional panel, a vendor expo designed to enhance survivorship, and one of our most exciting features this year is a Fashion Show that will include breast cancer survivors as the models. We will still have massages, heel scans as well as other resources to round out the experience.
This is a celebration for mothers, sisters and daughters in our community that have been affected by breast cancer, to empower you to unleash your inner strength, and to provide you with the tools for a healthy survivorship!
Casual dress. Pink hats are welcome, but not required.
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Lutheran Medical Center
Lutheran Medical Center is a community-based, 338 bed acute-care hospital located in Wheat Ridge, CO. Local and national ratings organizations regularly recognize Lutheran for clinical excellence, patient safety and patient experience.
Lutheran’s premier services include a five-star birthing center, Heart and Neurovascular Center, robotic surgery, Primary Stroke Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center, Orthopedics, a Level III Trauma Center and emergency services including the first Senior Emergency Room in Colorado. Senior-focused services also include Senior Behavioral Health and a Senior Surgery Center. Lutheran operations include West Pines, Collier Hospice Center, Bridges Integrative Health and Wellness Services and Colorado Lutheran Home and Apartments.
Lutheran is owned by SCL Health System, a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization that operates eight hospitals, four clinics, one children’s mental health treatment center and nearly 200 ambulatory service centers in California, Colorado, Kansas and Montana.