Annual Golf Outing Raises $150K for University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro
Jun 23, 2011
Princeton HealthCare System's 16th
Annual Golf Outing set a new record for net proceeds, raising over
$150,000 to support the new University Medical Center of Princeton at
Golf Outing nets over $150,000 for new hospital. Pictured, left to right: Tom Reilly, Vice President and General Manager, Turner Construction Co.; Mark Jones, President, University Medical Center at Princeton; Glenn Mekles, Vice President, Conner Strong; Bruce Traub, Chief Financial Officer, Princeton HealthCare System; Anne O'Neill, Executive Director, The Scheide Fund; Adam Levine, Global Institutional Group, SEI Investments.
Foursome hits the links at Princeton HealthCare System Annual Golf Outing. Pictured, left to right: Robert L. Lerner, Fred Price, Dr. Steven Kahn, James J. Schiro.
Golfer tees off at Metedeconk National Golf Club for the Princeton HealthCare System Annual Golf Outing.
More than 150 golfers participated in this year's
Golf Outing, which was held June 14 at Metedeconk National Golf Club, a
world-class course in Jackson, N.J
The annual event is organized
by the Princeton HealthCare System Foundation. Since 2007, the
Foundation has earmarked the funds to benefit Design for Healing, the
campaign to support the new hospital in Plainsboro.
gets bigger and better for us every year," said Joseph Stampe, Vice
President of Development for Princeton HealthCare System. "We've raised
$550,000 in the five years that we've dedicated the funds to the new
hospital, and each year we surpass the previous year's record for net
The lead sponsors of this year's outing were Conner
Strong, an insurance, risk management, and employee benefits brokerage
and consulting firm, and SEI Investments Co. This year's "steel
sponsors" were Turner Construction Co. and the Scheide Fund, a private
foundation that helps finance charitable projects to benefit residents
of Princeton and the surrounding areas.
Design for Healing has
raised about $130 million - nearly 90 percent of the way toward its goal
of $150 million - to support UMCPP, which will open in May 2012 as a
replacement hospital for the current University Medical Center at
To learn more about Design for Healing, visit www.newhospitalproject.org.
About the New Hospital
on Route 1 between Plainsboro Road and Scudders Mill Road in
Plainsboro, University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro will consist of approximately 636,000 square feet of interior space,
with 231 single patient rooms, state-of-the-art emergency services,
operating suites and a comprehensive array of ambulatory services and
laboratories. The hospital will occupy 50 acres and serve as the hub of a
171-acre Princeton Health Plainsboro Campus that will include medical
offices, fitness and wellness, health education, assisted living
residential, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, pediatric services, and
a 32-acre public park along the Millstone River.