Del Mar resident to be honored at San Diego County Medical Society Foundation event

The San Diego County Medical Society Foundation (SDCMSF) will host its Second Annual ‘Héroes de la Salud!’ event on Sept. 26, from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Abbey. Honorary chairs Dr. Ramin Raiszadeh and Dr. Gwendolyn Henao, and Dr. Suman and Julie Sinha, and event chair Charles Frazier announced that the event will honor 2013 Project Access Healthcare Heroes and Foundation’s healthcare partners, highlighting the heroic efforts physicians make daily.

The evening will feature a live performance by The Ultimate Stones, an L.A.-based Rolling Stones tribute band, and tickets include a buffet dinner, signature cocktails, raffle, and art & photography from physicians and patients. Proceeds will benefit SDCMSF’s Project Access San Diego, which provides free medical care to low-income uninsured San Diego residents.

Del Mar resident Wendy Buchi, MD, Mission Hills resident Rosemarie Marshall Johnson, MD, and San Diego’s Imaging Healthcare Specialists will be will be honored at the event. Dr. Buchi will be receiving the 2013 Health Hero Champion Award, presented to a volunteer who has effectively encouraged their peers to participate with Project Access and has played a key role in implementing the program at their organization.

Tickets are limited and may be purchased online for $100 per person ($50 tax deductible) at The Abbey is located in Bankers Hill at 2825 5th Avenue. Contact Kristina Starkey at 858/565-7930 or email with questions.

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