Meet Our Donors
A Smart and Easy Way to Make an Impact
Dr. Gerson and his wife, Eileen, believe that we have come so far in medicine, but much more progress needs to be made. Putting Lankenau in their will was a useful way for them to make a gift that will support important work in healthcare.
Caring for Patients and for Lankenau
"We've known each other since fourth grade," says Wendy Santoro, wife of Jerome Santoro, MD, Infectious Disease specialist and former Chairman of the Department of Medicine for Main Line Health.
Dr. Chuck - A Doer for His Patients
Two things that patients immediately sensed about Dr. Charles "Chuck" Schleifer when they were in his presence: his love of medicine and patients and his love of life and laughter. His sense of humor comes from his late father, a self-employed "jobber" and a real jokester.
Providing for the future of Lankenau Medical Center
Having developed an early interest in the medical field, Sherrin Baky-Nessler was excited to learn that she had been accepted by Lankenau Medical Center into its medical technology program after graduating from college. Due to extenuating circumstances, Sherrin was unable to attend, but during her multi-year career in monitoring clinical trials, she had the opportunity to visit Lankenau to review these studies being conducted by her employers and kept current with Lankenau’s growth and influence.
Whenever Marie Chilcott thinks of her late father, Peter Caruso, she thinks of Lankenau with a grateful smile.