The San Diego Sports Medicine Foundation was founded in 2002 to provide a medical safety net for injured youth with limited financial means in order to return them back to health, sports and life.ssss
• Over 5,000 student athletes have received free medical treatment.
• Over 2,000 students have been seen at SDSMF free injury clinics.
• Over 75 student athletes have received surgeries and post-op care.
• Thousands of athletes have been screened for pre-participation exams to ensure healthy participation in sports.
• Over 100 different physicians and medical professionals have volunteered their time to assist the foundation.
• Over 1,000 physicians, fellows, athletic trainers and physical therapists have attended SDSMF educational symposium series.
||Landon Donovan & Shannon Mac Millan
Dr. E. Lee Rice
||San Diego Olympians
Dr. Jerry Hizon
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1100 Coast Boulevard, La Jolla, California 92037
Ellen Browning Scripps (October 18, 1836 – August 3, 1932) was an American journalist and philanthropist who was the founding donor of several major institutions in Southern California.
She and her half-brother E. W. Scripps created America's largest chain of newspapers, linking Midwestern industrial cities with booming towns in the West. By the 1920s, Ellen Browning Scripps was worth an estimated $30 million (or $388 million in 2020 dollars), most of which she gave away.
In 1924, she founded the Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), in the La Jolla neighborhood of San Diego, California. She appeared on the cover of Time Magazine after founding Scripps College in Claremont, California. She also donated millions of dollars to organizations worldwide that promised to advance democratic principles and women's education.
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2012 - Photos by Jamie Murray