The attorneys and staff of plaintiffs’ personal injury law firm Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP donned Magee Rehabilitation T-shirts at the office on June 7 to honor Magee Rehabilitation – Jefferson Health for the treatment it provides to improve the quality of life for many of our catastrophically injured clients.
Magee was founded in 1958 when Anna Justina Magee, who was the daughter of one of the founders of the Pennsylvania Railroad and an active participant in religious and civic organizations, honored the memory of her parents with an endowment in her will that established the rehabilitation hospital in their memory. Today, Magee is a member of Jefferson Health, with one inpatient hospital in Center City and four outpatient facilities that provide physical and cognitive rehabilitation. Services include the treatment of spinal cord injury, brain injury, general rehabilitation, stroke, multiple sclerosis, ventilator services, orthopedic injury, outpatient therapies and specialty programs, Guillain Barre Syndrome, amputation and workplace injuries.
“We have seen over the years the tremendous impact Magee has made in the lives of our clients, providing not only medical rehabilitation, but also light and hope during times of immense adversity. We wanted show all the dedicated and caring professionals at Magee that their work — while always greatly appreciated by our clients and their families — is also appreciated by everyone at our firm,” said Carol Nelson Shepherd, co-founding partner at Feldman Shepherd.
“We are proud to be involved with and receive support from our friends at Feldman Shepherd,” said Ron Siggs, Senior Vice President at Magee and Jefferson Health. “Support from their firm allows us to improve care for the patients and families whom we are privileged to treat. Philanthropy has a tremendous impact on services and programs at Magee and we are tremendously grateful.”
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