Pinwheels for Prevention 2013

On Wednesday, April 3, 2013 UPMC Hamot took a stand against child abuse and pledged its commitment to helping children in the Erie community stay safe, healthy, and happy during a Pinwheels for Prevention event. UPMC Hamot planted pinwheel gardens on its campus to symbolize the importance of increasing awareness of child abuse and promoting prevention.

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Mini pinwheel gardens displayed in the Women’s Hospital with pinwheels for people to take and “plant.”

View of Women’s Hospital lobby during the Pinwheels for Prevention event.

Debbie Burbules, RN, Vice President, Ambulatory and Women's Services speaks at the podium during the Pinwheels for Prevention event in the Women’s Hospital lobby


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