In celebration of its 10th Anniversary, ONSF (ONS Foundation for Clinical Research & Education, Inc.) in conjunction with Greenwich Hospital held a pre Golf Outing “Tee-Off” cocktail party for golfers, donors and sponsors.
The Miller Motorcars Ferrari and Maserati showroom was the venue for the guests who socialized while admiring the automobiles. Horseneck Wines provided a wine tasting and other beverage selections. Golf Outing Co-Chairs, Dr. Michael Clain, Adam Ercoli, Rich Granoff and Vicki Leeds Tananbaum were joined by Cyndi and Richard Koppelman, ONSF President Dr. Paul Sethi and his wife, Amy, President and CEO of Greenwich Hospital Norman Roth, Vice President of the Greenwich Hospital Foundation Noel Appel, Casey and Barb McKee, John Gibbons, and Board members Jeff Mendell and Joanna Schulman.
On June 11th, the ONSF 10th Anniversary event will take place at the Stanwich Club providing an exceptional golf experience to benefit clinical research and medical education. Just 10 years ago, the founders of ONSF presented a mission statement based on a three-part strategy—clinical research, education and community outreach—embracing a distinct goal to improve the care and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. At the Outing, Frank Corvino, ONSF Board Member Emeritus, former CEO and President of Greenwich Hospital and CEO of Corvino & Corvino Consulting will be honored for his dedication to enhancing patient care and health services at Greenwich Hospital and for endorsing the goals of ONSF.
The ONSF independent Arthroscopy, Surgical Skills and Biomechanical Research Laboratory in collaboration with Greenwich Hospital continues to attain recognition at the most prestigious orthopedic conferences in the United States and abroad for innovative research. Year after year, participants in the annual Medical Education Conference and other education initiatives praise these programs. The quality of our Community Outreach seminars inspires children, students, athletes, weekend warriors and seniors to achieve healthy, active lives.
Photographs by Christopher Pope