Bryn Mawr Hospital’s Women’s Board is bringing local art to the Bodine Lobby. Local artists feature their work for a few months in the Bodine Lobby, with 20 percent of all sales benefiting the hospital. The artwork is enjoyed by patients, visitors and employees.
Cathy Hozack, a local artist, is showing her work through January 8, 2015. A reception was held for the public on September 7. 2014, hosted by the Women’s Board. Hozack’s work focuses on abstract landscape. Her works are in many private collections and are often shown in international galleries.
Hozack, who was diagnosed with epilepsy at age 5, is a featured artist for Sparks of Creativity, an international art exhibit at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, with works by artists with epilepsy. She also presented at the Asian & Oceanic Epilepsy Congress in Melbourne in 2010. Her work has been on three covers of Epilepsy & Behavior and has been used by a pharmaceutical company to promote an epilepsy medication.
“The Women’s Board is proud to partner with Cathy to bring the healing powers of her art to our patients and our community,” stated Liz Clothier and Cackie Rogers, administrators of the Bodine Lobby Art
Bryn Mawr Hospital, a member of Main Line Health, is a 234-bed, not-for-profit acute-care teaching hospital dedicated to helping the community stay well ahead on the path to lifelong health. Boasting a brand new Patient Pavilion that opened in February 2019, Bryn Mawr Hospital has received both regional and national recognition for its excellence in providing state-of-the-art, quality care. Bryn Mawr Hospital was named among the top 10 hospitals in the Philadelphia region, and the top 20 hospitals in Pennsylvania, in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals rankings for 2018–19, and Bryn Mawr Hospital has earned Magnet® designation for the third time for its superior nursing staff. The hospital offers a full range of services, including cancer care, orthopedic care, cardiovascular care, behavioral health, maternity care, bariatric surgery, neurovascular and a level III neonatal intensive care unit, all aided by a dedicated team of health care professionals and innovative technologies. Through Bryn Mawr Hospital’s collaboration with the Jefferson Hospital for neuroscience, the university-affiliated Neurovascular Center offers rapid access to advanced diagnostics and treatment options for stroke care. Bryn Mawr Hospital has also collaborated with Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children to include round-the-clock pediatric care for the pediatric unit and in the pediatric emergency department with additional board-certified, fellowship trained pediatric emergency medicine physicians.