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The Ganatra Family

“The doctors at Strong Memorial Hospital (now Golisano Children’s Hospital) were there as our friends, our allies and our advisors. Whenever we needed help, they were there.”

—Tansukh Ganatra

Thanks to a $1.5 million commitment, the Ganatra family will create the Tansukh, Sarla and Rajesh Ganatra Professorship in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery. The family’s generosity is out of gratitude to the URMC doctors who have assisted numerous family members and dear friends.

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UR Medicine's Golisano Children's Hospital has received its two largest gifts in support of Phase II construction on the new hospital building, which will help bring the facility to the forefront of the pediatric surgery and pediatric cardiology centers in the Northeast.
The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry has received a $1.5 million commitment from Clifton Springs resident Marjorie B. Morris to establish an endowed professorship to advance cardiac surgery techniques and programs. 
New Golisano Children's Hospital Dedication Celebrates Kids, Community and Future
Miracle Kids, grateful families, University of Rochester leadership, and significant building donors including hospital namesake B. Thomas Golisano celebrate the dedication of UR Medicine’s Golisano Children's Hospital on May 27.
Rick Aab Commits $3M to New Golisano Children’s Hospital
Richard (Rick) T. Aab, a University of Rochester trustee, has made a $3 million commitment to the Golisano Children’s Hospital Building Fund, bringing his total support for The Meliora Challenge, the University’s $1.2 billion comprehensive campaign, to $7 million.
$2 Million Gift Will Create Regional Cancer Center Serving Dansville, Wellsville, Hornell
A $2 million gift from Ann and Carl Myers will be used to help construct a regional cancer center based in Dansville, Livingston County. The center will  address the needs of an area with a high incidence of cancers and provide patients more convenient access to comprehensive cancer care.
Lawrence and Rita Chessin Establish Professorship in Infectious Diseases
Lawrence N. and Rita R. Chessin, whose ties with the University of Rochester date back to 1954, have committed $1.5 million to support an endowed professorship in infectious diseases at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC).

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