Lauren Santo Domingo Honored by American Hospital in Paris Foundation

Andres Santo Domingo and Charlotte Moss were also recognized.

NBC's Erica Hill speaks at the event. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
David Schulhof and Ms. Santo Domingo. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
AHPF Executive Director Bernadette Toomey, Suzanne Hoyt and Donna Chapman. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
Mr. and Ms. Santo Domingo. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
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Ms. Toomey and Edward Rover. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
Ms. Hill, Mr. Schulhof and honoree Charlotte Moss. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
AHPF Vice President and treasurer Frank Ginsberg with Mr. Schulhof. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
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MS. Toomey with American Hospital of Paris President Francis Bailly. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
Mr. Schulhof, Ms. Santo Domingo, Mr. Santo Domingo and Ms. Moss. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)
The honorees, Ms. Santo Domingo, Mr. Santo Domingo and Ms. Moss. (Photo by Jay Ackerman)

Guests gathered at the Plaza Hotel last night as the American Hospital of Paris Foundation honored Lauren Santo Domingo, Andres Santo Domingo and Charlotte Moss.

More than 200 people were there for the event, which featured a beret-wearing accordion player and raised funds for the American Hospital of Paris, a nonprofit institution that brings together French and American medical practices in Paris for French, Americans and other internationals.

 

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