Susan and Rich Dubroff

Susan retired at the end of 2021 after 31 years of service to MWPH, ending as the hospital’s director of rehabilitation services. During her tenure at MWPH, she was instrumental in launching and sustaining many clinics and programs, including the Feeding Day Treatment Program, Movement Disorders Clinic, Balance Clinic, Seating and Adaptive Equipment Clinic, Making Valuable Progress Clinic, Transitional Brain Injury Program and Clinic, and the Rehab Day Treatment Program. She devoted her career to mentoring and helping others.

Susan explains why she and Rich chose to make a planned gift to MWPH:

“I am very proud of the work I did during my career, and I wanted to find a way to continue supporting the rehabilitation department’s staff to ensure that these programs and clinics could continue well into the future. 

Rich and I have been longtime annual donors to MWPH, and we have both been fortunate to have wonderful, fulfilling careers. We wanted to give back by supporting the children and families I had devoted my career to helping. I loved working at MWPH – and by electing to include the hospital in our wills, Rich and I are able to honor and celebrate the organization that was such a big part of our lives.”