It was an evening of nostalgia and reminiscence as Community West Foundation joined with Lutheran Hospital for the annual Moonlight in the City Gala at The Silver Grille inside the old Higbee Building in downtown Cleveland.
About 200 guests enjoyed the award-winning historic restoration that has returned the Silver Grille to its original 1931 art-deco splendor.
The event took place last Saturday night, Oct. 22, and included a delicious dinner, music, silent plus live auctions and a raffle. Proceeds support Lutheran Hospital to ensure families have access to outstanding quality care, close to home.
“That 80’s Band” had the place rocking after dinner as guests turned back time amidst the wood-painted palm greens of the interior, the nostalgic fountain, and restored aluminum grating of the Silver Grille window silhouettes.
Lutheran Hospital President Dr. Donald Malone welcomed one and all and emphasized the vibrance of the Lutheran Hospital presence on Cleveland’s near west side. The 204 bed hospital continues to offer sophisticated technology and advanced medical care within and intimate and friendly environment.
Dr. Malone shared exciting news: Lutheran Hospital has been ranked Number One nationally for safety, winning the prestigious Vizient Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD, Quality Leadership Award for excellence in delivering safe, patient-centered care that is timely, effective, efficient, and equitable.
Located in the rejuvenated and vibrant Ohio City, Lutheran Hospital provides leading edge treatments and conducts advanced research and surgery with specialties in orthopedics and spine behavior health and chronic wound care while retaining the feel of a community hospital.
Lutheran Hospital physicians are team orthopedic surgeons for the Cleveland Indians.