VIRTUAL Jingle Bell Run – December 11 – 13, One weekend across the country, Cant Stop Jingling
Genesis Medical Group is proud to sponsor the Jingle Bell Run in support of the 2020 Medical Honoree, Dr. Gabriela Bahr. Dr. Gabriela Bahr is a board-certified rheumatologist who completed her fellowship at University of Texas at Houston. She is a member of the American College of Rheumatology and has broad clinical experience and training in treating multiple types of arthritis.
A native Texan, Dr. Bahr is a first generation American with Mexican and Cuban background, making her fluent in Spanish. She attended Baylor University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. She later attended medical school at Universidad Central del Caribe in Puerto Rico and then returned home to complete her residency and fellowship at University of Texas.
Coming from a legacy of physicians, Dr. Bahr understands the importance of compassion, dedication and good communication when it comes to practicing medicine. She believes that medicine should include a team approach between the physician and patient to find the best treatment option available.
Dr. Bahr is thrilled to be serving as this year’s Medical Honoree for the virtual Jingle Bell Run The Woodlands. Despite the pandemic, the Arthritis Foundation continues to serve the community through resources, programs and scientific discovery. The pain of arthritis does not stop, even during a pandemic.
Virtual Jingle Bell Run will take place December 11 -13, 2020 and participants are encouraged to submit photos and post on social media when they walk or run to conquer arthritis. 100% of registration fee goes directly to the Arthritis Foundation mission of conquering this painful disease.
Join Dr. Bahr and Genesis Medical Group by visiting https://events.arthritis.org/team/Genesis
Get in the spirit this holiday season! Join our team, tie bells to your shoes, dress in a festive costume and raise funds to help cure arthritis. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of more than 54 million Americans, including 300,000 children, who face the daily challenges of the nation’s #1 cause of disability.”