Dec. 24, 2012
On Friday, December 7th, 2012, the Lafayette community was invited to taste the spiciest to most creative combinations of chili at a cook-off held in the Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health Cafeteria hosted by St.Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital. Judges at this year’s cook-off included: Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski; U.S. Representative Todd Rokita; Indiana State Senator Ron Alting; Chad Evans and Jessie Hawila from WLFI-18; Dr. Cecilia May of St. Elizabeth Hospital; and Tim Martin, a veteran and former patient of St.Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital. A lunch of chili, corn bread, brownies and a drink were provided for a donation to The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program. The event was a huge success and resulted in 177 children sponsored and raised more than $2,000.
Congratulations to all those involved in making this holiday season a little brighter for children in the Lafayette community.
About St.Vincent Seton Specialty HospitalSt.Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital is a long-term acute care facility, with two convenient locations in Indianapolis and Lafayette. Both facilities serve medically complex inpatients who require extended hospital stays of 25 days or more. In Indianapolis, the location encompasses a 66,000-square-foot hospital with 74 beds. In Lafayette, the location includes 30 beds. Both locations offer quality services including respiratory therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care and dietitian services. St.Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital is featured with modernized private rooms designed for specialized care for patients and families.
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