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Above: Dr. M. Allam Baaheth, a local scientist and musician, plays the new Steinway piano that sits in our recently renovated lobby. Baaheth spearheaded the fundraising effort to purchase the piano for our hospital.
The University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital and Dr. M.A. Baaheth invite the public to an inspiring Baroque trumpet and piano recital benefiting the hospital on Thursday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Laidlaw Performing Arts Center on USA's main campus. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., and donations will be taken at the door.
Baaheth had held fundraiser recitals for the hospital before, and he spearheaded an effort last year to raise money for a new Steinway piano for the hospital's new lobby.
He is the principal scientist with Baheth Research & Development Laboratories, Ltd., in the University of South Alabama Technology and Research Park. Baaheth, a theoretical chemist, has substantial expertise in analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, environmental remediation, engineering, custom fabrication, construction and architectural services to government and industry.
Also, Baaheth is an accomplished classical musician who has performed several concerts at the Laidlaw Performing Arts Center.
All proceeds from the recital will benefit the hospital. For more information or to RSVP, please call (251) 415-1636 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About USA Children's & Women's Hospital
The University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital is among a handful of freestanding hospitals in the United States dedicated specifically to the health care needs of children and women. USACWH health care professionals are uniquely qualified and equipped to provide a wide range of therapeutic and surgical services for children and women, be it life-threatening illness, traumatic injury, premature birth or high-risk obstetrical and gynecological needs.
USACWH is the Mobile area’s leading provider of health services for newborn babies and their mothers. The Labor & Delivery Unit successfully delivers more than 2,800 babies each year, an average of five to 15 babies each day, which is twice as many births as any other hospital in Mobile. The unit also features 15 private birthing suites promoting family-centered care and three operating rooms for cesarean section deliveries and other obstetric procedures.
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