(PRWEB) May 30, 2014
Dr. Jason Burke's Hangover Heaven and Hangover Research Institute (HRI) are expanding staff to address the demands of the approaching summer season. Those demands include increased hangover treatment reservations and preparing for the next nonprofit funding cycle.
Located in Las Vegas, Hangover Heaven and HRI were founded by veteran anesthesiologist Dr. Jason Burke. Since establishing the only licensed medical facility and research institute dedicated to the study, prevention and treatment of veisalgia, or hangovers, Dr. Burke has consistently increased human resources to meet demand. Recently, medical staff members were hired to assist with an increase in hangover treatment reservations. In addition, key personnel were employed by the HRI to prepare for the next round of competitive nonprofit funding opportunities.
"It's a busy time for Hangover Heaven and HRI. We're growing, which means we will continue to hire exceptional staff members to achieve our objectives," stated Dr. Burke.
Registered nurses and paramedics were among the medical personnel added to the Hangover Heaven roster. An executive director and lead medical researcher were included in the new hires brought on board to assist the HRI in its funding efforts.
According to nonprofit consultant Wendy Morales, "The HRI was fortunate enough to bring on board a seasoned scientist to serve as executive director. Working in conjunction with Dr. Burke, the new executive director heads up an extraordinary team that will secure the funding needed to honor the mission of the HRI."
To learn more about Hangover Heaven and HRI, please contact Vera at 702.449.4467 or vera(at)hangoverheaven(dot)com.
Founded and operated by Dr. Jason Burke, Hangover Heaven is the only medical practice in the world dedicated to the treatment of veisalgia. Comprised of a traditional clinic, an in-room service component and a mobile treatment facility in the shape of a bus, Hangover Heaven has cured thousands of hangovers.
Hangover Research Institute
Founded by Dr. Jason Burke, the Hangover Research Institute (HRI) is the only research facility dedicated to the study, prevention and treatment of veisalgia. The HRI received 501(c)(3) designation in November of 2013 and has been deemed a public charity by the IRS.