The Irving T. Boker Memorial Fund benefits Nursing Education at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center, which helps:
- Continue the education and advancement of knowledge on innovative practices for our clinical staff
- Offer seminars and provide resources to our nurses, supporting their bedside patient care
- Provide funds for required certifications
Established in 2007, the Irving T. Boker Memorial Fund has raised to date:
Thanks to generous donations, our nurses have been able to participate in:
- The Maryland Hospital Association Healthcare Managers Leadership Institute every year
- The University of Maryland Nursing Education Session
- The American Organization of Nurse Executives Nurse Manager Fellowship: one of the highest honors a nurse is able to achieve
With new discoveries made every day in medicine, it's crucial this knowledge is shared with the current and future nurses and clinical staff members at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center.
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Make payable to:
MGH Health Foundation
P.O. Box 147
Olney, MD 20830
*Please note on check the Irving T. Boker Memorial Fund
Honoring My Father: Irving T. Boker
In memory of his father, Irving T. Boker, and in honor of the nurses at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center, Richard and Rebecca Boker have established the Irving T. Boker Memorial Fund to benefit Nursing Education.
During the last 14 months of his life, Mr. Boker was treated for a variety of conditions requiring hospitalization within a number of different units at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center. Though his floor and room number changed frequently, his son says one thing remained constant throughout each of his father's numerous and sometimes lengthy hospital visits - the first class, attentive and personalized care he received from the nurses of MedStar Montgomery Medical Center.
"My father could not speak highly enough about the nurses who cared for him during his many stays at the hospital. Their ability to attend to his medical care, while ensuring that he was as comfortable as possible, was both consistent and steadfast." - Richard Boker
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