Published on February 24, 2020

Phoenixville Area High School Swim Team Raised Over $2,500 for the Cancer Center at Phoenixville Hospital

Phoenixville, PA (February 2020) - Members of Phoenixville Area High School Swim Team recently presented a check in the amount of $2,597.65 to the Cancer Center at Phoenixville Hospital for their Patient Assistance Fund.

The Phoenixville Area High School swimmers and divers participated in the 6th annual Swim for the Cure swim-a-thon to raise funds for the Cancer Center at Phoenixville Hospital. The event was held in December of 2019 and was a day for reflection about loved ones and swimming hard to support them. This pledge-based fundraiser encouraged the athletes to swim as many laps as they could and have donors pledge a certain amount of money per lap. The swimmers and divers of Phoenixville Area High School shattered their goal of $1,500 and raised over $2,500 in just one day.Phoenixville Area High School Swim Team

Photographed: Pooja Lothe, MD and Amy Curran, MD (Medical Director), Phoenixville Area High School students and head swim coach, Daniel Weinstein.

About Phoenixville Hospital:

Located in Phoenixville, Pa., and a member of Tower Health, Phoenixville Hospital is a 144-bed facility that provides comprehensive medical services through emergency room visits, inpatient admissions, outpatient procedures and community outreach programs. Phoenixville Hospital’s services include an award-winning cardiovascular program, a fully accredited cancer center, NAPBC-accredited breast health center, an acute inpatient rehabilitation center, and a large robotic surgery center. Phoenixville Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and has been recognized for its quality outcomes and clinical expertise across services lines that include joint replacement surgery, advanced heart failure care, and the designation as a Primary Stroke Center. For more information, visit