Blake partners with DNA counseling service
BRADENTON -- Blake Medical Center is partnering with InformedDNA, the largest independent provider of genetic counselling services for those at risk of cancer.
InformedDNA provides genetic counseling and risk assessment to patients seeking information about inherited cancer risk. Their team of specialty-trained, board-certified genetics counselors is experienced in genetic counseling for all types of inherited cancer risk. Genetic counseling is an important component of patient-centered cancer care.
In addition to providing counseling for patients, InformedDNA counselors work directly with physicians to provide recommendations and guidelines for the care team.
For more information about Genetic Counseling or Blake Medical Center, contact Kim LaPlante at 941-798-6471.
Company donates to HOPE's emergency shelter
BRADENTON -- HOPE Family Services received $1,800 from Deborah and Vernie Pickhardt of Pickhardt's Professional Services in Parrish.
Each year the Pickhardts host a Christmas party at their home to benefit domestic violence survivors who reside in HOPE's Emergency Safe shelter. HOPE also provides a 24-hour helpline, individual and group counseling for adults and children, advocacy, safety planning and community education. Last year more than 372 victims, including children stayed at the shelter. For more information go to HOPEFamilyService.org or call 941-747-8499.
Property group partners with Village of the Arts
BRADENTON -- In an effort to show support to the local arts community -- and more specifically the Village of the Arts -- HJB Properties has partnered with the Dancing Crane gallery to display local area artist's work at its 2424 Executive Center location.
Plans are underway to also feature local work at HJB's other central office property, the Bank of America building in downtown Bradenton.
Fawley Bryant complete amenity center design
SARASOTA -- Fawley Bryant Architects has completed design of a resort-style 25,000-square-foot amenity center at WCI Communities' Sarasota National Golf Club development.
Amenity centers provide a broad range of member activities. The facility will offer banquet dining for 150, a large resort-style swimming pool, a poolside bar, a 19th Hole golf grill and clubhouse, a fitness center and two commercial kitchens.
The buildings will incorporate open breezeways and colonnades. Pergola connects the dining and banquet areas with the 19th Hole golf clubhouse.
Herald staff reports