Raising Hope at Work

Raising-Hope-at-Work-logo_FThe Department of Psychiatry held a fundraiser on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 to raise money for UF Health’s Raising Hope at Work campaign benefiting the UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital and the George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building. The Raising Hope at Work campaign is “our opportunity to show the community that we believe in what we do” by contributing as individuals to help fund the UF Health initiatives we work toward achieving everyday.

As last year’s reigning champion the Department of Psychiatry is working hard to defend their title. Employees and their families gathered at the Psychiatry offices after hours to mingle, support, and participate in a talent showcase. There was participation from faculty, residents, staff, and family members alike. Check out the gallery from the event below.

To donate to the Raising Hope at Work Campaign please visit their website for online donations or contact the Department of Psychiatry Team Champions.

Dr. Averbach plays for the audience
Dr. Leo Rodriguez and his son play an original song for the crowd
A few words from our Team Champions
PGY-1 Jessica Kahn sings Frozen’s “Let it Go”
Dept. of Psychiatry Chair, Regina Bussing, MD watches the show
Priscilla Spence