Tom Singh presents check to Christine Kempton

Hemophilia of Georgia Gives $10 Million to Emory

By Michelle Turkington, Director of Marketing and Communications

Published April 30, 2018

 

Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG) pledged $10 million to Emory University to benefit the Emory School of Medicine and Emory Healthcare. Hemophilia of Georgia and Emory have a long-standing charter to provide comprehensive care to people with bleeding disorders in Georgia. The money will be used to provide patient care and fund research at the newly named Hemophilia of Georgia Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders of Emory. Tom Singh, Chief Governance Officer of the HoG Board of Directors, presented an honorary check to Christine Kempton, MD, MSc, the director of Emory’s bleeding disorder program, at HoG’s Appreciation Reception, held at The Whitley (hotel), on April 12. Donors and volunteers were honored at the reception for their outstanding contributions. Emory Receives Gift from HoG

Pictured left to right:

Douglas K. Graham, MD, PhD, Emory

Tom Singh, CGO, Hemophilia of Georgia Board of Directors

John S. (Pete) Lollar, MD, Emory

Clinton H. Joiner, MD, PhD, Emory

Maria Manahan, CEO, Hemophilia of Georgia

Pamela Bryant, Associate Director, Emory

Robert Sidonio MD, MSc, Emory

Sidney F. Stein, MD, JD, Emory

Christine Kempton, MD, MSc, Emory

Sarah Weikert, Director of Development, Hemophilia of Georgia

Sagar Lonial MD, FACP, Emory