Health—General & Rehabilitative

Alumni Association of the Lahey Clinic Foundation

  • Burlington, MA
  • www.lahey.org

Mission Statement

The Lahey Clinic Alumni Association supports the charitable and educational purposes of Lahey Clinic. This support includes offering scholarships to residents and fellows to attend medical conferences and seminars throughout the country and around the world, as well as the support of lectures and other educational sessions at Lahey Clinic. Additionally, the Alumni Association raises money to support the expansion of Clinic facilities including the Cattell Memorial Library and the Alumni Auditorium. The Association also supports other Clinic activities that are made a priority by the Clinic Trustees.

ruling year

1975

Principal Officer

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Dr. Batholemew Woods

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Lahey Clinic, Lahey Clinic Alumni Association, Alumni Association of Lahey Clinic, Lahey, hospital, hospitals, clinic, clinics, healthcare organizations, healthcare organization

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EIN

04-2573620

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Hospital (Specialty) (E24)

Single Organization Support (B11)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

The Alumni Association of the Lahey Clinic raises money to support a variety of activities including, but not limited to: Alumni Auditorium: Established in the fall of 1999, this fund facilitates an upgrade of the original Alumni Auditorium including a computer graphics projection system that can be controlled from the podium and projection booth; enhanced lighting; improved sound system; and replacement of the original carpeting. Richard B. Cattell Library Endowment Fund: Established in 1989, this fund provides books for the Alumni Reserve Textbook Section. David Preston Boyd Lectureship in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery: Established in 1987, the fund provides expenses for the David this fund has provided honoraria for Medical Grand Rounds speakers. Resident-Fellow Education Fund: Established in 1995, the fund provides financial support for miscellaneous educational materials for residents and fellows. Resident-Fellow Travel Fund: Established in 1975, this fund provides financial support for residents and fellows to attend professional meetings. Surgical Grand Rounds Endowment Fund: Since its inception in 1985, this fund has supported speakers at Surgical Grand Rounds.

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Alumni Association of the Lahey Clinic Foundation, Inc.
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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Alumni Association of the Lahey Clinic Foundation

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Principal Officer

Dr. Batholemew Woods

BIO

Bartholomew O'Beirne Woods, M.D., Board Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1980, Certificate of Added Qualifications in Hypertension, 1998, Subspecialty Certification in Cardiovascular Diseases, 2002 Year Joined Lahey: 1985 Medical School: National University of Ireland, Galway, 1976 Internship: University College Hospital, Galway, 1976-77 Residency: Carney Hospital (Internal Medicine), Boston, MA, 1977-80 Fellowship: Lahey Clinic and New England Deaconess Hospital (Pulmonary), MA, 1980-81 University Hospital (Pulmonary), Boston, 1981-82 Lahey Clinic (Cardiology), 1982-83 Veteran's Administration Hospitals/Brigham and Women's Hospital (Cardiovascular Medicine), MA, 1983-85 Academic Appointments: Clinical Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine

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