Funds to Support AHN Oncology Research Fund and Wexford Hospital Cancer Patient Care Fund
PITTSBURGH, PA – Grant funds from Burns Scalo Real Estate help Allegheny Health Network (AHN) provide additional support as a catalyst corporate partner to the Oncology Research Fund at AHN Cancer Institute – Allegheny General, and the AHN Cancer Institute – Wexford Patient Care Fund.
A dynamic and motivational real estate developer in the Pittsburgh Region, Burns Scalo Real Estate, known for its inspiring and creative workplace creations, is recognized as a “company that cares”, and has also been a generous supporter of AHN’s Allegheny Chapman Golf Outing, which benefits Ovarian Cancer Research.
Through support grants from philanthropic partners such as Burns Scalo Real Estate, the Cancer Institute at Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) is able to serve as a research hub for innovative cancer care at all of AHN, where patients receive the latest diagnostic and treatment services in one comprehensive, accessible location.
The Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute (AHNCI) has world-class oncology teams, experts in their specific types of cancer and national leaders in research, innovation, and treatment. The Cancer Institute has the only cancer program in the Pittsburgh region with Integrated Network Cancer Program accreditation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, and its radiation oncology program is the largest in the country accredited by the American College of Radiology. The comprehensive care patients receive at AHNCI includes groundbreaking surgical procedures, radiation therapies, chemotherapy regiments and advanced tumor imaging for early detection.
The newly opened AHN Wexford Hospital also offers a full spectrum of cancer care, using the most advanced technology to provide surgical care, radiation and medical oncology.
Ruby Scalo, BSRE
“We are thrilled to have Burns Scalo Real Estate join our team of corporate partners and align our mission in supporting a new era of innovative and personalized cancer care for our region and beyond,” said Allie Quick, Chief Philanthropy Officer at AHN. “We look forward to continue working together to provide quality improvement and better outcomes for patients involved in cancer treatment.”
“As a ‘people first’ organization, we are delighted for the opportunity to partner with AHN to help advance oncology research and patient care,” said Ruby Scalo. “Contributing to significant breakthroughs in cancer research and treatments that can improve outcomes for cancer patients is an investment in peoples’ lives”.
To learn more about AHN Cancer Institute, visit the website.