St. Paul Medical Foundation Legends 2013 Video Announcement

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St. Paul Medical Foundation - Legends 2013

The Foundation’s signature event, known as Legends, is held each year in the fall, and is a major source of both funds and fun – a must-do on the calendars of many in North Texas. Previous Legends events have featured such notable entertainers as Bill Cosby, The Supremes, The Temptations, Jay Leno, Chicago, Frankie Valli, and Clint Black.

Foundation director Rick O’Brien and his wife, Caroline, are chairing Legends 2013 and are announcing this year's headliner in this video.

Legends 2013
Saturday, October 19, 2013
House of Blues Dallas 8pm
Impact

Since 1999, St. Paul Foundation has raised more than $15 million in support of heart, lung, and vascular medicine at St. Paul University Hospital through special events, foundation, and corporate grants, individual contributions, and a group called Friends of the Heart, Lung and Vascular Programs at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

These grants have helped fund capital improvements, purchase top-of-the-line equipment, establish a distinguished chair in cardiothoracic surgery, underwrite additional research, and provide direct support for heart and lung patients in need.

In addition, St. Paul Medical Foundation’s annual magazine and video have raised awareness of the Heart, Lung, Vascular, and Cerebrovascular Programs at St. Paul University Hospital, and their outstanding record of patient results.
Primary Focus of St. Paul Medical Foundation

For over a decade, the primary focus of St. Paul Medical Foundation has been providing financial support and generating awareness on behalf of St. Paul University Hospital’s Heart, Lung, and Vascular Programs, which are internationally recognized for unsurpassed patient outcomes.

In 2012, the Foundation’s Board of Directors voted to broaden its focus on Vascular Programs to encompass the Cerebrovascular Program, which recently was awarded a coveted distinction: Primary Stroke Center certification for St. Paul University Hospital.