Big Media Makes a Donation of $25,000
Big Media Makes a BIG Impact on Service Line Growth with a
$25,000 Donation to El Paso Children’s Hospital Foundation
El Paso, Texas (August 5, 2020) – Since treating its first patient in 2012, El Paso Children’s Hospital
has made it a priority to recruit pediatric specialists to ensure children do not have to leave town to seek medical care. Daniel Granados, owner of Big Media, wishes to help with the expansion of pediatric services at El Paso Children’s Hospital by donating $25,000 to name the Office of Planning and Development.
The Office of Planning and Development recruits specialized physicians to treat children of our region while also working closely with community pediatricians. Responsible for carrying out the strategic plan of El Paso Children’s Hospital, this office is vital to the expansion of pediatric services such as our newest service line in neurosurgery.
Daniel Granados is a successful local business owner who is selfless in his giving. A father of two young girls, Ashley and Evelyn, Daniel finds his role as father his most important job. “I want to ensure the hospital continues to grow and I am happy to help play a part in the growth of pediatric services in our community,” says Daniel Granados.
“I am pleased to thank Daniel Granados and Big Media for their contribution to El Paso Children’s Hospital (EPCH). The donation to our office of Planning and Development will ensure EPCH continues to increase the number of specialized physicians. Our goal is to continue to build on this best level of care for our children through extensive pediatric services right here in our region.” Said Cindy Stout, President and Chief Executive Officer.
“Daniel Granados has been a strong supporter of the El Paso Children’s Hospital Foundation over the years, and I am thankful for all that he has done to help us provide lifesaving equipment for our community’s children” said Estela Casas, Executive Director of El Paso Children’s Hospital and UMC Foundation. “The generous gift we are celebrating today will have a lasting impact on healthcare for our community’s youngest residents.”