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Mercy Medical Center hosts Corporate Partners Recognition breakfast

Mercy Medical Center hosted its annual Corporate Partners Recognition breakfast May 4 on the mezzanine level of The Mary Catherine Bunting Center in downtown Baltimore.

The event serves to recognize businesses and organizations for their support of Mercy and its programs and services.

Forty-eight corporate guests representing 33 companies, foundations, and community organizations attended the breakfast, with nearly 70 attendees in all. The event was led by Dr. David N. Maine, President and CEO of Mercy Health Services, and Sister Helen Amos, RSM, executive chair of Mercy Board of Trustees.

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Rick Berndt, left, a senior partner at Gallagher Evelius and Jones, spends time at the breakfast with Shanaysha Sauls, president and CEO of the Baltimore Community Foundation. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin Photography LLC)

Lakiah Henson, left, a regional director with NovaCare Rehabilitation, and Nanyamka Hales, the donor services officer of the Baltimore Community Foundation, take time for a photo. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin Photography LLC)

From left, Richard Scott, president of Consolidated Medical Services Inc.; Mark Kendrick, vice president of Consolidated Medical Services; and Dr. David N. Maine, president and CEO of Mercy Health Services, are all smiles at Mercy Medical Center’s annual Corporate Partners Recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin Photography LLC)

Lola Ale, left, the director of capital projects for Mercy Health Services, and Mike Ryan, a project manager with RTM Enterprises, enjoy their time at the breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin Photography LLC)

From left, Shelonda Stokes, president of Baltimore’s Downtown Partnership; Dr. David N. Maine, President and CEO of Mercy Health Services; and Augie Chiasera, a regional president with M&T Bank, enjoy a conversation at the breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin Photography LLC)

Jack Cavanaugh, at lectern, a partner and senior adviser of Brown Advisory, welcomes guests to Mercy’s 2022 Corporate Partners Breakfast, the first time the hospital has been able to hold the gathering since 2019 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cavanaugh addressed the importance of Mercy’s impact on Baltimore. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin Photography LLC)