BALA CYNWYD, PA – March 22, 2004 – Prominent Philadelphia-area facial aesthetic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Timothy M. Greco, M.D., F.A.C.S. of Timothy M. Greco, MD, PC, has made a generous donation to PathWays PA. PathWays PA is a non-profit organization that provides services and advocacy to help families affected by domestic violence achieve economic independence and well-being. The generous donation will go towards furnishing PathWays PA's new Women's Alternative Center.
"I am extremely excited about this opportunity to extend a helping hand to PathWays in helping families through education and support," said Dr. Greco.
The PathWays PA Women's Alternative Center, located in Chester Heights, Delaware County is scheduled to hold a grand opening on April 22, 2004. At the center, entire families take advantage of life skills training, personal finance training, counseling, employment-focused education, after-school programs and truancy prevention.
"Our ultimate goal is to help keep families together. Dr. Greco's donation and others like it help us to continue to move towards achieving that goal, one family at a time," said Carol Goertzel, Executive Director of PathWays PA.
Goertzel is also the Executive Director of the Women's Association for Women's Alternatives, Inc. (W.A.W.A), the Director of Resident Affairs of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, the Director of Lutheran Settlement House Women's Program and received the "Athena Award" from the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.
For over 25 years PathWays PA has been dedicated to helping families impacted by domestic violence. With a 90% success rate, the Women's Alternative Center enables families to stay together while maintaining support without welfare; as well as developing job skills and enhancing parenting skills.
Timothy M. Greco, M.D., F.A.C.S., holds a Doctorate of Medicine from Hahnemann University School of Medicine and received his residency training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, specializing in facial, head and neck surgery. He completed further training at the internationally renowned McCullough Plastic Surgery Clinic in Birmingham, Alabama. Currently, Dr. Greco is a clinical instructor at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He is on staff at Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood, PA, and is affiliated with Abington Surgical Center, Main Line Surgery Center, and Paoli Surgical Center. An author of several papers on facial plastic surgery, he was chosen to instruct physicians in the application of Botox by the Botox National Training Center and is a national spokesperson for the new non-invasive filler treatment, Restylane. Dr. Greco serves on the editorial advisory panel for Aesthetic Trends and Technologies, an aesthetic trade journal for physicians.Back To Top