$147,000 raised from Infinity Ball to advance cardiovascular services

Generous support from attendees and sponsors of the annual Infinity Ball helped to raise more than $147,000 to advance cardiovascular services at Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha. The event held on Saturday, October 18 at The Club at Strawberry Creek celebrated 20 years of providing excellent care for the Kenosha area.

 

This sold out evening was filled with caregivers and community members who wanted to make a difference for people in our community. To view photos from the event, click here

All proceeds from Infinity Ball will purchase updated equipment, such as new stress machines and Holter monitors, to help patients in need and connect them to the top experts in managing their cardiac care.

Click for a video from Dr. Mark Tucci who shares his experience as a patient after a life-threatening heart attack.

Dr. James Monahan was recognized as the Honorary Chair of the annual Infinity Ball event, held on Saturday, October 18. Dr. Monahan is a dedicated physician and has been committed to his patients for 40 years. (pictured left to right: Pete Monahan, Gwynne Monahan, Cathy and Dr. James Monahan, Bob and Maria Monahan)

Dr. James Monahan was recognized as the Honorary Chair of the annual Infinity Ball event, held on Saturday, October 18. Dr. Monahan is a dedicated physician and has been committed to his patients for 40 years. (pictured left to right: Pete Monahan, Gwynne Monahan, Cathy and Dr. James Monahan, Bob and Maria Monahan)


Didn’t attend the event but you still want to make a gift to support cardiovascular services at Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha? Go to Aurora.org/Donate to make your gift. 

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