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2022 Walk to Cure Arthritis Honorees


Catholic Medical Center
Medical Honoree

Grit. Dedication. Heart. Those are just a few words to describe the caregivers of Catholic Medical Center (CMC) during the COVID-19 pandemic. These brave men and women, from doctors and nurses to EVS and cafeteria staff, were at the epicenter. They cared for some of the sickest patients in the state, facing illness that was entirely new, completely unknown. Their care extended beyond medical treatment. They consoled, held hands, and stood in for loved ones when family couldn’t be there. The pandemic tested the resolve of many in health care, but it also showed what it means to truly care.


Madison Rondinone
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Adult Honoree

Madison Rondinone is 21 years old from Dover, New Hampshire. She has been officially diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) for 6 months, but symptomatic for about 10 years. Living with several different auto-immune conditions, her arthritis has been the most challenging. Madison’s JRA has contributed to a rare degenerative joint disease, requiring total joint replacement surgery in her jaw. Madison works with the Arthritis Foundation to promote awareness and fundraise for other people like her. Madison is a full-time college student and employee. In her free time, she enjoys seeing friends and family, and being outdoors.

Join or support Madison and her team, Team Rondo, on her personal fundraising page.