Hermitage Medical Clinic held its fifth Charity Ball in Carton House and this years event was in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Hermitage Medical Clinic hosts fundraising Charity Ball in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Over 300 people attended a fundraiser hosted by The Hermitage Medical Clinic at Carton House on Saturday night in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Now in its fifth year, the event saw the highest numbers of attendees to date.
Legendary rugby pundit Brent Pope was Master of Ceremonies on the night and spoke to an audience which included Hermitage consultants, medical staff and employees as well as members of the Irish Cancer Society including CEO Mr. John McCormack.
Guests enjoyed a champagne reception followed by a four course meal. There was also an array of exciting auction items on the night including an Electric bicycle, RBS 6 Nation Tickets, weekend breaks to the K Club and Lyons Village in Co. Kildare and shopping vouchers for Dundrum Town Centre & Brown Thomas. A stunning painting was also donated by renowned artist Eileen Meagher.
Guests then headed to the dance floor when The Juke Box Kings were introduced by Brent Pope and the party went on until the early hours.
Speaking about the event, Eamonn Fitzgerald, CEO, Hermitage Clinic said,
“This is the fifth year that we have held this event which is crucial in raising much-needed funds for a disease that touches so many families throughout Ireland.”
Brent also announced details of the Hermitage Medical Clinic’s new HMC App and the Clinic’s new CyberKnife Centre – the first of its kind in Ireland. Neurosurgeon Mr. Danny Rawluk spoke about the new Centre which offers patients a pain-free, non-surgical option for the treatment of tumours and cancers. The first CyberKnife patients were treated in November at the new centre in Hermitage.
3rd December 2013