stopped by the Virtua Voorhees pediatric unit on April 23 where they gave out hats and posed for photos. The hats were collected during the team's "Hat Tricks for Kids Hat Toss," where fans tossed new hats onto the ice "hat trick style" during the game for kids battling illnesses.
After distributing the hats and visiting with patients, the women met with Virtua Voorhees employees in the cafeteria to distribute shirts, hats and cheer cards and generate enthusiasm for the team.
Virtua is the official orthopaedic provider of the Philadelphia Flyers, and one of many beneficiaries of money raised from the Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival.
As one of New Jersey’s largest health systems, Virtua helps people be well, get well and stay well through a comprehensive range of health care services. Services are delivered through three health and wellness centers, three fitness centers, four acute care hospitals, primary and specialty physician practices with more than 240 physicians, urgent care centers, seven ambulatory surgery centers, home health services, two long-term care and rehabilitation centers, 12 paramedic units and a wide range of outpatient services. A leader in maternal and child health services, Virtua delivers more than 8,000 babies a year. Virtua also provides employment and wellness services to 1,700 businesses and corporations. An innovator in clinical and information technology such as electronic medical records, Virtua is recognized for its ground-breaking partnerships with GE Healthcare
, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
and the Fox Chase Cancer Center
. It is the official orthopedic provider for the Philadelphia Flyers
. Virtua employs more than 8,400 people and has been honored as the #1 Best Place to Work in the Delaware Valley for seven consecutive years. It is the recipient of the Consumer Choice Award from the National Research Corporation. For more information, visit www.virtua.org