RWJUH’s Support Services Teams join to raise awareness, show support for fight against breast cancer

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s Frontline Support Services Teams recently joined together to raise awareness and show their support for the fight against breast cancer.

Dressed in pink, the team organized and completed a walk through several hospital facilities. The walk began in the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital lobby, continued through the RWJUH main hospital and courtyard and ended in the hospital’s East Tower, which is illuminated in pink in recognition of October’s designation as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The teams planned the walk at the hospital so more team members could participate. Many of the team members have been personally impacted by breast cancer or are close to someone who has battled the disease.

Departments represented during the walk included Environmental Services, Food Services, Patient Transport, Security, Reception Services and Telecommunications.