August 17, 2018

Subaru Loves to Care Supports Norwood Hospital Cancer Patients

Norwood, MA - The cancer patients at Norwood Hospital Cancer Center at Foxboro recently received a donation of blankets and messages of hope from the Subaru Loves to Care Program.  For the third consecutive year, Subaru of America, Inc. and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) have spread love, hope and warmth to cancer patients and their families in communities across the country with the donation of “simple comforts”.

Locally, Clay Subaru of Norwood, participated in the program with LLS and delivered 80 specially-made blankets with messages of hope from Subaru employees to the cancer patients of Norwood Hospital’s Cancer Center at Foxboro. “Patients greatly benefit from, and truly appreciate, the warmth and comfort these blankets provide,” said Jonathan Croopnick, MD, Medical Director at the Norwood Hospital Cancer Center. “Thank you to Clay Subaru and LLS for the generous donation and support of our patients through the Subaru Loves to Care Program.”

In Picture (l-r): Kim Clay Soucy, Clay Subaru; Jonathan Glanzman, MD, Norwood Hospital Cancer Center; Patrick Francillon, Clay Subaru; Charles Chen, MD, Norwood Hospital Cancer Center; Jonathan Croopnick, MD, Medical Director of Norwood Hospital Cancer Center; Nicole Gavazzi, RN, Director of Chemotherapy and Infusion Clinic, Norwood Hospital Cancer Center; Keira Travers, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; and Clay Subaru helpers Claire DiGregorio and Emily Soucy.

About Norwood Hospital
Norwood Hospital is a full-service, 215-bed community hospital for adults and children with a focus on delivering world-class health care along with the latest advances in technology and treatment options. Norwood Hospital is part of the Steward Health Care System LLC, who owns and operates 38 community hospitals across the United States and Internationally, employing more than 40,000 team members. The Steward network includes several thousand physicians who care for approximately 2 million patients annually. Additional information is available at