Tuesday October 16th, 2018 8:58PM

Northside Hospital Forsyth cancer fund gets boost

By AccessWDUN staff

Salude, The Art of Recovery has donated $1,000 to Northside Hospital Forsyth for the hospital’s cancer fund.

“Our oncology team is honored to be thought of for this donation,” said Niti Patel, Manager of Oncology Services at Northside Hospital Forsyth Cancer Institute.

CEO of Salude, Dr. Alan Wang, and Executive Director, Dee Desai, presented the gift.

Dr. Wang praised the hospital as “a leader in the industry, known for providing patients with excellent clinical care and caring about the community at large.”

Salude, the Art of Recovery is a transitional care and physical recovery center located in Suwanee, specializing in rehabilitative care from surgeries, transitional care for acute exacerbations of chronic illness, and recovery care for all medical setbacks.

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