USF Health's BRIDGE Healthcare Clinic

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From dancing doctors to singing students, members of USF Health will be showing off their talents for a good cause Friday night.

It's the third annual "BANDAids for BRIDGE," benefiting the USF Health BRIDGE (Building Relationships and Initiatives Dedicated to Gaining Equality) Healthcare Clinic. 

Talent show creator, third-year Morsani College of Medicine student Madeline Snyder, says last year's event was a huge success, bringing in around $25,000 - quite an increase from the $2,000 raised the first year. She's hoping for similar results this year.

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Singing, dancing and magic acts are just some of the things attendees at Friday night's "BANDaids for BRIDGE" charity fundraiser can expect to see. And the best thing is that the performers are all trained professionals--well, trained medical professionals.

BANDaids creator Madeline Snyder, a second-year student at the USF College of Medicine, says the event features USF Health students, faculty and staff showing off their talents.

"We have physicians dancing in the show, singing, playing the drums, playing the guitar," Snyder said. "So it's really neat to see your mentors get up on stage and kind let loose for an evening for a good cause."