Good Samaritan Medical Center now has a pink aura at night. As Host Hospital of the 2011 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Good Samaritan proudly raises awareness about the January race by shining in hot pink at night.
With the support of the Chief Executive Officer, Mark Nosacka, the hospital’s Facilities Department has been replacing the normal lights with hot pink lights over the past several weeks. The hospital unveiled the new look on Thursday, November 4 following a Susan G. Komen Survivors’ Reception held at the hospital.
"Our entire team supports the Susan G. Komen Foundation and their very important mission. We take our role as Host Hospital seriously and will do anything we can to help raise awareness of this year’s Race for the Cure,” said Mark Nosacka, Chief Executive Officer.
The hospital’s pink hue will continue throughout the winter until the January 29 race. The Race for the Cure is held in downtown West Palm Beach. Learn more about the race at http://ww5.komen.org