Unity Participates in Hearts to Soles Event
WHAT: Free foot care, shoes and socks provided to the homeless and less fortunate members of the community at the Annual Hearts to Soles event.
WHO: Luke Loveys, M.D., Chief of Orthopaedics, Unity Hospital, and Judy Baumhauer, M.D., Orthopaedic Surgeon at URMC, will provide foot care. They are available for interviews.
WHEN: Tuesday, November 26, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
WHERE: Open Door Mission Samaritan House, 210 West Main Street
At Unity Health System you’ll find the friendliest and most compassionate people dedicated to providing the best possible health care experience. We have over 70 locations in Rochester and Monroe County, including Unity Hospital, located on the Unity Park Ridge Health Care Campus in the town of Greece and the Unity St. Mary’s Campus in Rochester. Key programs include Orthopaedics, Women's Service, Behavioral Health, Neurosciences, and Aging and Community Services. The Village at Unity is Unity's senior living community that offers a full continuum of housing programs including independent, enriched living, and a memory care community. ACM Medical Laboratory is a world leader of patient and clinical trials testing, with locations in western New York, York, England, and India, and lab partnerships across the globe. Our shared commitment to delivering health care the way it should be is reflected in our overall employee and patient satisfaction ratings and quality outcomes. For more information, visit www.unityhealth.org.
About Our Hearts to Your Soles
Our Hearts to Your Soles was founded by Matthew Conti, while a high school student in the North Allegheny School District located near the city of Pittsburgh, with the help of his father Dr. Stephen Conti, an orthopedic surgeon at Allegheny General Hospital. After volunteering for the summer at Allegheny General Hospital and seeing the problems that can be caused by improper footwear, Matt decided to start a non-profit organization that provides free medical foot screening examinations and shoes to the less fortunate people of the metropolitan Pittsburgh area. Because other programs provided clothing but not shoes to the needy, he saw a great need for their organization.