Pam Baer is not an unheard-of name when it comes to San Francisco for both business and philanthropy. She has had major ties with the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and is now taking the initiative to help citizens with the crisis that is currently going on. To understand this, we have to understand a little bit more about the hospital and Pamela Baer.
Pamela Baer was born in Texas and attended Texas university. She then went into the financial services sector, where she would eventually form her own company. Later she would move to San Francisco with her husband, Larry Baer. She would Then become associated with the hospital after spending time in San Francisco.
Pamela Baer has been working with the ZSFGH since 2002 at which time she joined the hospital’s foundation. 16 years later she left her position on the board of the foundation but was made the lifetime director. For almost two decades after joining, Pamela Baer had worked to improve the hospital’s ability to take care of people. Most notably, she helped to raise $17 million dollars for the hospital so that it could provide essential services for city residents.
I would say that this has gone a long way to help the hospital as it now has functions to help everyone, from people with addictions to helping those in mental distress. The programs have all benefited from the wisdom and funding that she provided.
Now with the already present mental health crisis rising in this country and then being compounded by the pandemic, she has decided to further help the hospital. Pam Baer is developing more strategies and events to further help fund the hospital’s programs. The end goal of this is to further help citizens across all different walks of life have the support and treatment that they need.
Pam Baer has proven to be a wise and trailblazing leader for funding the hospital, and I am sure that she will continue to aid the hospital in the coming months. Visit this page for related information.
Follow her Instagram page on https://www.instagram.com/baer50/?hl=en