Happy Hour Event Registration Complimentary for all Las Vegas HEALS Members
Las Vegas HEALS, DRIVEN NeuroRecovery Center and United Medical Partners have partnered up for the March Las Vegas HEALS Healthcare Happy Hour. Guests can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and enjoy cuisine and cocktails while also touring the brand-new multidisciplinary facility, located in Downtown Las Vegas.
The event will take place from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 14 at DRIVEN NeuroRecovery Center located at 701 E. Bridger Ave., Suite 150, Las Vegas, 89101. Free parking will be available in the visitor parking garage located on 8th Street. Event registration is complimentary for all Las Vegas HEALS members by emailing their RSVP to membership@LasVegasHEALS.org or calling 702.952.2477. Non-members who are interested in attending the Healthcare Happy Hour event for the first time may also register for free as a guest.
Driven is a multidisciplinary center where individuals with disabilities can improve their physical, mental and emotional health, increase independence, and enhance their overall quality of life using a holistic approach to wellness. DRIVEN’s goal is to fill in the gaps in Southern Nevada and provide options for those with limited mobility.
“DRIVEN has been a vision of mine for several years and we are extremely proud to have this opportunity to share our new facility with the Las Vegas HEALS Community,” said Sam Schmidt, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Conquer Paralysis Now. “DRIVEN not only provides critically needed intensive rehabilitation and an open gym format for those with any neurological disorder, but it also strives to connect the disabled community with vital resources such as equipment, counseling, transportation, job placement and nutritional advice. This facility, the latest technology equipment inside of it, and the committed team members all combine to create a one of a kind environment not found anywhere else in Southern Nevada.”
“We are so excited and grateful for this affiliation with Las Vegas HEALS, connecting our facility to healthcare professionals and other related services around the valley,” said Brandi Kurka, Executive Director of DRIVEN. “With the prevalence of individuals with disabilities in our city, it is important to have a foundational network that connects people to all the services they need in order to efficiently improve their health. Between our accessible fitness equipment; activity-based training; and collaborations with in-house providers for accessible yoga and adaptive mobility needs, we target members’ health at the physical, mental, and emotional level.”
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