TAMPA, Fla., May 18, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- It's time once again to celebrate our Bucs Babies! Florida Hospital,
"Florida Hospital strives to improve the health of every community we serve, and this is a fun way to show our commitment to providing whole care to every person, at every age," said Lauren Key, Senior Executive Officer of Consumer Strategy for Florida Hospital, West Florida Division of Adventist Health System. "We are proud to partner on this event with The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and encourage families to be active and meet their maximum health potential."
The 4th Annual ''Bucs Babies" birthday party will bring together professional athletes, physicians and patients for an interactive, fun, family party that includes NFL combine-style Play 60 football drills, a quarterback challenge and bounce house. There will be special appearances by Captain Fear, Buccaneers cheerleaders and current players. Fun-filled birthday gift bags will be distributed to each Bucs Baby. There will be face painters, games for the family, entertainment and a coloring station. A photo booth complete with props will be onsite offering attendees a special photo opportunity to commemorate the day. Brunch will be served and, of course, there will be cake!
The 'Bucs Babies' program continues to grow and evolve into a success in the Tampa Bay community," said Brian Ford, Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer. "Each year, we look forward to working with our partners at Florida Hospital to welcome a new 'Draft Class' and to celebrate the birthdays of the previous 'Bucs Babies' participants and their parents at a great family-friendly celebration at One Buccaneer Place."
Florida Hospital drafted a new round of recruits this year, who all received a "rookie training kit" to take home from the hospital which included a Buccaneers backpack filled with a "Bucs Babies" plush blanket, bib and baby hat, as well as a Buccaneers birth certificate, and four tickets to a 2018 pre-season game. The kit also included baby necessities like shampoo, lotion, and wipes, courtesy of Publix. We'll see those babies at our party next year!
You can catch the 2018 Bucs Babies draft, and share pictures of your rookies, by going to the Florida Hospital social media pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We can't wait to see the team!
About Florida Hospital, West Florida Division of Adventist Health System The West Florida Division of Adventist Health System is a 1,415 bed health care system currently comprised of nine acute-care hospitals including Florida Hospital Carrollwood, Florida Hospital Dade City, Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center Lake Placid, Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center Sebring, Florida Hospital North Pinellas, Florida Hospital Tampa, Florida Hospital Wauchula, Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel and Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, as well as two freestanding offsite Emergency Rooms including Florida Hospital Central Pasco ER and Florida Hospital Palm Harbor ER. Additionally, it has one post-acute care facility, Florida Hospital at Connerton Long Term Acute Care, over 45 multi-specialty Florida Hospital Physician Group practices, 15 Florida Hospital Express Care at Walgreens clinics and 6 Florida Hospital Centra Care Urgent Care Centers.
SOURCE Florida Hospital West Florida Division
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