Princeton HealthCare System Foundation Awards Grants for Community Health Projects
Feb 18, 2008
The Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) Foundation will hold its
Sixth Annual Grant Award Reception on Wednesday, February 6, to
announce $2.63 million in grants for innovative projects spearheaded by
PHCS physicians and staff designed to strengthen the delivery of health
care. The reception takes place from 5 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at University
Medical Center at Princeton, ground floor conference rooms A and B.
The event is open to the public and media coverage is encouraged.
Featured speaker for the evening is Betsy Ryan, the incoming president and CEO of the New Jersey Hospital Association.
2002, the Foundation's Grants Program supports a series of projects
that enhance public access to the health resources of PHCS. Since the
program's inception, the Foundation has allocated a total of $12.68
million in support of a wide range of initiatives, services and capital
expenditures throughout PHCS.
February 6 reception, the Foundation will highlight its latest awards -
12 grants for new, existing and expanded community health initiatives
in areas including support for indigent patients, senior citizen
education and outreach, and enhanced resources for emergency services
and maternal-child health.