Paralyzed Veterans of America Recognizes 2014 Summit Sponsors
Annual Health Summit Brings Together Hundreds of Health Care Professionals in Field of Spinal Cord Injury, MS and ALS Health Care
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Paralyzed Veterans of America (Paralyzed Veterans) is proud to announce the sponsors for Summit 2014 and Expo – “Delivering Excellence, Achieving State-of-the-Art Health Care”. Permobil and Quantum Rehab are this year’s Platinum sponsors. Allergan, Inc., Novartis and Teva Pharmaceuticals are sponsors at the Gold level, and Medtronic and Men’s Liberty are this year’s Bronze level sponsors. Paralyzed Veterans’ Summit 2014 and Expo begins today, and runs through August 28 at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.
“Their support gives us the opportunity to host this important event and achieve our goals of advancing spinal cord, MS and ALS medicine and improving patient care for all individuals living with these diseases.”
“We’re so grateful for the support of all of our Summit sponsors,” said Al Kovach Jr., national president of Paralyzed Veterans of America. “Their support gives us the opportunity to host this important event and achieve our goals of advancing spinal cord, MS and ALS medicine and improving patient care for all individuals living with these diseases.”
This year Paralyzed Veterans will host nearly 700 attendees at its annual Summit, which will offer 56 sessions and 25 E-learning posters over three days. Summit attendees will have the opportunity to earn 20-plus continuing education units while hearing from renowned leaders from medicine, health care, policy and government.
The EXPO will be open to attendees August 26 and 27 and will feature the latest in technology, medical devices and supplies, and other equipment to assist individuals living with spinal cord injury or disease live life to their fullest.
For more information about Summit 2014, please visit www.pva.org/Summit2014.
NOTE TO MEDIA: Please email email@example.com in advance to arrange interviews or check in at the Summit media table at the Paris Hotel upon arrival.
Paralyzed Veterans of America was founded by a group of seriously injured American heroes from the “Greatest Generation” of World War II. They created a nonprofit organization to meet the challenges that they faced back in the 1940s — from a medical community not ready to treat them to an inaccessible world. For more than six decades, Paralyzed Veterans’ national office and its 34 chapters across the nation have been making America a better place for all veterans and people with disabilities. (www.pva.org)