Photo: Elliot Health System President and SolutionHealth Chief Clinical Officer W. Gregory Baxter, MD, receives a check from co-owner of Brady Sullivan Properties Arthur Sullivan.
On September 9, 2020 the newly opened Solinsky Center for Cancer Care at The Elliot was presented with a $100,000 donation from Brady Sullivan Properties (BSP) to further state-of-the-art cancer care and treatment in the community. Arthur Sullivan, co-owner with Shane Brady of Brady Sullivan Properties, presented the check to Elliot Health System President and SolutionHealth Chief Clinical Officer W. Gregory Baxter, MD, who was joined by Hope is Here campaign co-chairs Ellie Cochran and Charlie Goodwin, as well as Director of Philanthropy and Community Engagement for Elliot Health System Kelli Rafferty.
“We are truly honored that Arthur and Shane have made this gift on behalf of their company,” says Rafferty. “They are leadership members of our community as demonstrated by their ongoing commitment to the City of Manchester and beyond. And we are so pleased that they saw the need, the value and the importance of expanding cancer care in our city.”
Of their generous gift, Arthur Sullivan says, “Over the years, Elliot Hospital has meant a lot to Shane, me, and members of the Brady Sullivan team. We’ve seen firsthand the immense difficulties of battling through cancer treatment and its toll on friends and loved ones. So, we are thrilled and honored to play our part in making sure that every cancer patient receives the best possible care.”
Dr. Baxter expressed his gratitude to Brady Sullivan Properties. “We are honored that Arthur and Shane, with Brady Sullivan Properties, have joined us to support this project,” he says. “Our neighbors who hear the words ‘you have cancer’ will find the full spectrum of cancer care services and a supportive environment focused on helping them through their cancer journey right here at The Elliot in Manchester.”
From Left: Dr. Baxter, Arthur Sullivan, Hope is Here campaign co-chair Ellie Cochran, and Hope is Here campaign co-chair Charlie Goodwin