FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Charles Wright, CEO
Wright Brothers Inc.
(513) 731-2222 #117
Wright Brothers, Inc. Contributes $10,000 to Cincinnati Childrens Hospital. CEO Charles Wright Continues to Support Research Endeavors.
CINCINNATI For the third year in a row, Wright Brothers, Inc. has contributed $10,000 to Cincinnati Childrens Hospital and Medical Center, one of 10 childrens hospitals in the United States to make the Honor Roll in U.S. News and World Reports 2009-10 Americas Best Childrens Hospitals issue. The contribution will support the efforts of the research department.
In these uncertain economic times, there is no greater investment you can make than in the health of our children, said Mr. Wright, CEO of Wright Brother Inc.
According to Childrens Hospital, the funds will allow the hospital to advance their status as one of the leading pediatric research centers in the world as they carry out important research to improve treatments.
Wright Brothers, Inc. is one of the leading providers of research gases to Cincinnati Children Hospital and other local hospitals. The company has a vested interest in the future cures of complicated diseases and is committed to providing community-centered services.
We want to be a true strategic partner and tailor the right type of solutions to the resources available, said Mr. Wright. We will continue to provide help on several levels including better business practices, philanthropic efforts, and improved technology.
Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center is one of 10 childrens hospitals in the United States to make the Honor Roll in U.S. News and World Reports 2009-10 Americas Best Childrens Hospitals issue. It is #1 ranked for digestive disorders and is also highly ranked for its expertise in respiratory diseases, cancer, neonatal care, heart care, neurology/neurosurgery, diabetes, orthopedics, kidney disorders and urology. One of the three largest childrens hospitals in the U.S., Cincinnati Childrens is affiliated with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and is one of the top two recipients of pediatric research grants from the National Institutes of Health.