2024 Guthrie Corning Hospital Valentine’s Ball raises over $75,000


CORNING – The Guthrie Corning Hospital Valentine’s Ball was a heartwarming success. More than $75,000 was raised, with net proceeds benefiting the Guthrie Corning Cancer Center. The sold-out event was held Feb. 10 at the Corning Museum of Glass.

During the event, Corning Hospital President Paul VerValin highlighted the importance of the Guthrie Corning Cancer Center and the community’s support. He said “Guthrie Corning Hospital is dedicated to serving the community, and the cancer center is a cornerstone of that mission. Together, we are making a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by cancer in our community.”

Additional information regarding the Valentine’s Ball can be found online at www.guthrie.org/valentinesball.

The Guthrie Clinic is a non-profit multispecialty health system integrating clinical and hospital care along with research and education. Headquartered in Sayre, Pennsylvania, The Guthrie Clinic stands as one of the nation’s longest established group practices, founded in 1910 by the visionary Dr. Donald Guthrie. The organization’s patient-centered approach revolves around a clinically-integrated network of employed providers. Among The Guthrie Clinic’s more than 9,000 caregivers are close to 1,000 highly skilled physicians and advanced practice providers representing the spectrum of medical specialties and sub-specialties. Situated across 10,000 square miles in northeastern Pennsylvania and upstate New York, The Guthrie Clinic’s comprehensive six hospital campuses also encompass an expansive network of outpatient facilities across 13 counties. Post-acute care includes acute rehabilitation, skilled nursing, personal care home, home care and hospice services, completing the continuum of care. With a commitment to shaping the future of health care, the organization offers eleven residencies and five fellowships, serving as a training ground for the next generation of leaders in the field.