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Kim Cerasoli, Director of Disease Specific Programs and Trauma Center Research and Education speaking as Affinity Gaming presents a $12,800 donation to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in recognition of their response to the tragic Oct. 1 shooting in Las Vegas. The gift will go to the UMC Foundation, in support of UMC Emergency Services and Trauma Center. Pictured: (l-r):  Melany Evans, Vice President of Property Marketing Affinity Gaming; Kim Cerasoli, Director of Disease Specific Programs and Trauma Center Research and Education; Dr. Jeremy Kilburn, Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowship and Medical Director of Respiratory; and Michael Silberling Affinity Gaming CEO. Thursday, January 18, 2017.

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Kim Cerasoli, Director of Disease Specific Programs and Trauma Center Research and Education speaking as Affinity Gaming presents a $12,800 donation to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in recognition of their response to the tragic Oct. 1 shooting in Las Vegas. The gift will go to the UMC Foundation, in support of UMC Emergency Services and Trauma Center. Pictured: (l-r): Melany Evans, Vice President of Property Marketing Affinity Gaming; Kim Cerasoli, Director of Disease Specific Programs and Trauma Center Research and Education; Dr. Jeremy Kilburn, Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowship and Medical Director of Respiratory; and Michael Silberling Affinity Gaming CEO. Thursday, January 18, 2017.