LeBauer Physician’s Family Named Ambassador Family for March of Dimes
Greensboro — Dr. Kate Tabori ,of LeBauer HealthCare, and her family has been chosen as the 2013 March for Babies Ambassador Family for Guilford County. Tabori is a family physician at LeBauer HealthCare Guilford/Jamestown. Her son, Nicholas, was born prematurely and spent seven weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit at Women’s Hospital.
“Nicholas will be four in January and since his difficult arrival, the March of Dimes has been a cause very close to us,” says Tabori. “Our family walks as Team Tabori every year and each year we try and get more people involved and bring more attention to this very worthy cause.”
“We are thrilled to have the Tabori Family serve as the March for Babies Guilford County Ambassadors for our 75th Anniversary,” says Katie Garrett Williamson, Division Director – Greater Triad Division, March of Dimes. “Their family is the perfect representation of our mission and their passion to help babies be healthy and strong is enormous.”
As Ambassadors, the Tabori family will speak at local and regional meetings telling how the March of Dimes has benefited them and encouraging others to join the cause. The March of Dimes walk is April 27 at UNCG. People can learn more at marchforbabies.org. People can support the Tabori Family Team at http://www.marchforbabies.org/team/tabori.
“My son and many like him wouldn’t be here without them,” says Tabori.
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