To be eligible for the Helping Hands Grant, Allstate strives to empower Allstaters to give back to their local communities and support the causes closest to their hearts. Those who volunteer four to sixteen hours with an organization can earn money to support the cause. Allstater Adam Pisani, who is a member of the OakBend Medical Board of Directors and his office volunteered to help out with OakBend’s Stepping Out Against Stroke this year.
“OakBend is extremely grateful to Adam Pisani for his volunteer work with OakBend and for helping us receive The Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grant,” stated Joe Freudenberger, CEO of OakBend Medical Group.
About OakBend Medical Center
OakBend Medical Center is the last remaining independent, nonprofit hospital in the Greater Houston area, providing exceptional service with its three hospitals and many specialty centers. OakBend follows an innovative model of care that makes the patient the captain of the care team, up-ending the traditional approach to nursing where the doctors and nurses act as leaders of the team. This patient-centered care drives OakBend’s services and programs, including its signature No Wait ER, an advanced trauma center and the Jack and Billie Wendt Acute Care for the Elderly (ACE) unit.
We remain committed to developing the very best ways to care for our patients, ensuring a healthy future for generations to come.