Women’s Advisory Council
The Women’s Advisory Council was developed for women in the community interested in learning more about Gwinnett Medical Center and the services offered. This group has grown to more than 200 ladies who serve as good-will ambassadors and philanthropists for the hospital and its initiatives.
Impact at Gwinnett Medical Center
In 2016, GMC unveiled a state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care ambulance, made possible by the fundraising efforts of the Women’s Advisory Council.
Most recently, this group is raised charitable contributions to purchase a new Carestream DRX-Revolution X-ray machine for the Circelli Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. This is a mobile unit that allows clinicians to take imaging to the bedside of the tiniest patients and reduces their amount of radiation exposure by 50%.
Give to the Women's Advisory Council
To learn more about the Women's Advisory Council's giving initiatives or to contribute, download the Carestream Giving Brochure or give today. To learn more about the Women's Advisory Council, contact the Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation.