Immediately after Hurricane Ian hit Florida’s Gulf Coast, the Ramos Center for Interventional and Functional Pain Medicine provided aid to those affected. They collected and distributed much-needed food and supplies to individuals trapped by the rising flood waters. In addition to their initial efforts, the Ramos Center is now collaborating with local organizations to assist affected communities in their recovery.
When given the opportunity to assist in the repair and reopening of Charlotte County Schools, Regional Marketing Manager Phil Adams was eager to help. The Ramos Center leadership team recognized this as a unique opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the community. Dr. Fabian Ramos, Interventional Pain Specialist and Medical Director at the Ramos Center, stated, “We have a lot of talent at the Ramos Center, and we are thrilled to be able to share it with the community.”
As a resident of North Port and a parent of six children, Adams understands the importance of getting kids back to school. He emphasized the significance of this opportunity and expressed his appreciation for the support of the Ramos Center.
While continuing his role as a Regional Marketing Manager for the Ramos Center, Adams will focus on assisting in the repair and reopening of 20 schools in the area. Cary Veith, PhD, Chief Executive Officer at the Ramos Center, praised the talented employees at the center and their willingness to support the community during difficult times.
For more information about the Ramos Center’s Hurricane Relief efforts, contact Colleen Carver.
About the Ramos Center for Interventional and Functional Pain Medicine: Dr. Fabian A. Ramos founded the Ramos Center for Interventional and Functional Pain Medicine over 20 years ago. The center offers state-of-the-art treatment options for chronic pain, including medical and interventional procedures, cognitive behavioral and hypnotherapy, and physical therapy. The center has expanded to multiple locations, including Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, Port Charlotte, St. Petersburg, and Dunedin, with plans for continued expansion in the future.