Deborah Heart & Lung Center
Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills, N.J., has announced a partnership agreement with the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA). As a partner, Deborah joins an impressive roster of business and non-profit organizations that support the MLBPAA and offer special benefits to former major league players. To raise awareness of the partnership and the dangers of heart disease, former New York Yankee and Hall of Fame pitcher Goose Gossage and former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Mitch "Wild Thing" Williams are appearing in television commercials on behalf of Deborah Heart and Lung Center.
"It is a distinct pleasure to be affiliated with such a prominent organization," said Deborah President and CEO John R. Ernst. "The MLBPAA has been representing the needs of retired baseball players since 1982 by offering them a community of unity, entrée to special services and programs and a variety of philanthropic opportunities that continue baseball's legacy as America's preeminent sport, as well as Major League Baseball players' reputation as being among the most charitable athletes. As a specialty heart, lung and vascular hospital, we offer former baseball players a wonderful facility for personalized and specialized care. Additionally, with our mission that 'there is no price on life' we provide an opportunity for former players to get the quality care they might not otherwise receive."
"The partnership with Deborah Heart & Lung Center expands our offerings to our members and provides high quality healthcare and specialty services that are desperately needed," said MLBPAA Chief Executive Officer Dan Foster. "Having access to wonderful heart, lung and vascular care is a tremendous plus for our members."
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