LOUISVILLE, Ky. — DBL Law (Dressman Benzinger LaVelle) last week contributed $250,000 to the Baptist Health Foundation. The donation was presented during a brief ceremony at the healthcare system’s headquarters in Louisville.
Accepting the gift were Baptist Health leaders Gerard Colman, chief executive officer, and Patrick Falvey, chief operating officer.
“We appreciate the willingness of our long-time business partner, DBL Law, to give back to the community through the Baptist Health Foundation,” said Colman. “These funds will be used where most needed to support our mission to provide and coordinate care to improve the health of our communities.”
“DBL Law is honored to be a valued business partner with Baptist Health and the Baptist Health Foundation. This gift from all of the employees at DBL Law represents our belief that Baptist Health and the Baptist Health Foundation are making a difference in the lives of their patients and families. We are honored to be a member of their team,” said Bob Hoffer, DBL managing partner.
Hoffer was accompanied by DBL Law health care practice leader Matt Klein, partners Bill Brammell, David Dirr, Kent Wicker and Andrew Pellino, and Nancy Spivey, marketing director. The firm has 50 attorneys and offices in Cincinnati, Louisville and Northern Kentucky.
Kentucky’s Baptist Health hospitals were founded by people who were striving to make their communities better by keeping families healthier. Today, foundations at each of Baptist Health’s nine hospitals across Kentucky and southern Indiana continue this heritage of service, leadership and commitment by fostering partnerships to assist, advance and strengthen their exceptional medical care.
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