HOAA had a group attend the American Cancer Society Mad Hatters event in Birmingham on May 5th. Rachel Messer and Carole Wills even competed in the hat contest. unfortunately they didn’t win, but everyone had a great time supporting a wonderful cause.
HOAA is proud to have a team that is active in the community. The doctor’s nurse practitioners and nurses of HOAA enjoy our community evolvement.
HOAA a corporate sponsor of Homewood Relay for Life
Relay for Life is a fundraising event put on by the American Cancer Society that involves the community in rallying to help in the fight against cancer. This event involved “teams” that sell goods to help the fundraising and special performances by Homewood high school dance team and cheerleaders, among other performances. HOAA was there… Read more »
8th Annual Rumpshaker 5K raises over $104,000
Thank you for participating in the 8th Annual Rumpshaker 5K! This year we raised over $104,000 and had approximately 2,840 registered participants. Since 2009, the Rumpshaker 5K has raised almost a million dollars to promote awareness about colorectal cancer, grant funds to fight and treat it, and provide hope for colorectal cancer survivors and those… Read more »
Coretta Collins Honored by the Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation
HOAA’s own Coretta Collins was named the 2016 Healthcare Hero by the Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation at their 2016 Taste of Teal Gala. Coretta makes a significant impact on her patients through her compassionate and caring demeanor. She also has a passion for bringing GYN cancer awareness to the African-American community. About Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer… Read more »