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Fabiani & Company has extensive expertise in the healthcare arena, representing an extremely diverse group of clients. 

With over 100 years of collective experience working with healthcare institutions, Fabiani & Company professionals have had the pleasure of working with some of the most prominent healthcare systems, specialty hospitals, children’s hospitals, rural healthcare providers and biomedical research institutes in the country. 

Our professionals are well versed in the process of strategically positioning our clients to receive public and private funding for facilities, technology, equipment and expansion of services.

Success on behalf of Healthcare clients:

West Coast Children’s Hospital & Research Center

Fabiani & Company developed and implemented strategies to attract Federal dollars to assist the organization with the implementation of a computerized medical records system and the purchase of a digital cardiology machine. Fabiani & Company assisted in securing $1.1 million through the Department of Energy and the Department of Health & Human Services for these initiatives.

Mid-Atlantic Specialty Pediatric Hospital

Fabiani & Company developed and implemented strategies to attract Federal dollars for the institution’s pediatric spinal cord program. Fabiani & Company worked with the organization to demonstrate to the Congress that the research and treatment being done at the facility could benefit military personnel who were afflicted with spinal cord injuries. Fabiani & Company assisted in securing $5 million through the Department of Defense, Department of Health & Human Services, and the Department of Energy for this initiative.

Childhood Cancer Research

Fabiani & Company has worked to build a grassroots organization with its grants and business partner to help secure over $9.1 million over four years. This funding will establish the first-ever childhood cancer patient database to support consensual research, long-term follow-up care and information services for childhood cancer survivors. Most recently, the Conquer Childhood Cancer Act was passed authorizing $30 million per year until 2012 to support childhood cancer research.

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