Health Media Network Continues Its Support For St. Mary’s Hospital for Children

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Hard Rock Cafe Rocks Times Square to Benefit St. Mary's Hospital for Children

On September 27, St. Mary’s Hospital for Children will celebrate the grand opening of its new Patient Pavilion and its 140th year of caring for New York’s children with special needs. To celebrate these milestone events, a benefit concert will be held at the Hard Rock Cafe on October 4, 2012, in Times Square. Hard Rock Rocks Times Square, an Epic concert to benefit St. Mary’s Kids will feature Epic Records’ new sensations: Cher Lloyd, Karmin and Chris Rene.

Health Media Network (HMN) is a proud continued supporter of “Hard Rock Rocks Times Square” to benefit St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, a non-profit healthcare organization and the largest provider of long-term home healthcare for children in New York State and one of the nation’s leading providers of pediatric post-acute care.

“We’re pleased to again support St. Mary’s and the amazing work and commitment they give these children and their families. There’s just no better place for children with special needs,“ stated Christopher Culver, President and CEO for HMN.

“This event would not have been possible without the tremendous support from Hard Rock International Epic Records who offered their resources for the benefit of New York’s most critically ill and injured children,” said Jeffrey Frerichs, President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children. “We are truly grateful for their generosity.”

About Health Media Network (HMN):
Launched in 2007, Health Media Network, (HMN), provides education and health content in physician waiting rooms through a growing platform of 23 specialty health television networks.
Using the latest digital technology, HMN is able to customize content by medical specialty providing physicians with programming tailored to their practice and relevant to their patient-base. HMN currently reaches over 30,000 physicians in medical offices, hospitals and healthcare systems across the country. All HMN programming is reviewed by a medical advisory board and is available at no cost to physicians. For more information, visit

About St. Mary’s:
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children is a national leader in post-acute care for children with special needs and life-limiting conditions. Today, one in five children has a special healthcare need. St. Mary’s provides intensive rehabilitation, specialized care, and education to 4,000 children each day in the New York Metropolitan region and beyond through its family-centered care provided at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children, at home, and in the community. St. Mary’s opened the first medical facility for children in New York City in 1872 and today, remains the City’s only pediatric post-acute care facility, helping to improve the health and quality of life for children with serious illness and injury. A pediatric healthcare innovator, St. Mary’s opened the nation’s first pediatric palliative care program, NY State’s first long-term home healthcare program for children, NYC’s first certified pediatric traumatic brain injury program, and offers one of only nine interdisciplinary pediatric feeding disorder programs in the U.S. For more information visit

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