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Hyona Revere Named Senior Vice President of Development at PHCS

Jan 30, 2017
Hyona Revere, who has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising for healthcare, higher education and social service organizations, has joined Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) as Senior Vice President of Development.

Revere, Hyona-resized In her new position, Ms. Revere (pictured left) has primary responsibility for all fundraising activities of the PHCS Foundation, which works to financially support PHCS, a comprehensive system that includes University Medical Center of Princeton, Princeton House Behavioral Health, Princeton HomeCare and the primary and specialty care physician practice Princeton Medicine.

PHCS also offers rehabilitation, ambulatory surgery and fitness and wellness services.

Ms. Revere will work closely with the PHCS Board of Trustees, PHCS Foundation Board of Directors and clinical and administrative leaders to identify funding priorities.

"Our organization has thrived for nearly a century, thanks in large part to the remarkable support and generosity of our community," said PHCS President and CEO Barry S. Rabner. "We are confident that Hyona has the experience and skills necessary to continue developing philanthropic support for the critical work that our physicians and staff do every day."

Prior to joining PHCS, Ms. Revere served as the director of major gifts for Morristown Medical Center, where she helped build a robust individual major gift program and completed a $106 million comprehensive campaign in 2016, the largest in the medical center's history. Previously she served as the director of development for Rutgers Business School, where she completed a $20.2 million capital campaign.

Ms. Revere earned her bachelor's degree in international relations from Boston University.

About Princeton HealthCare System
Princeton HealthCare System is a comprehensive, integrated healthcare system that strives to anticipate and serve the lifelong needs of central New Jersey residents, including acute care hospital services through University Medical Center of Princeton, behavioral healthcare through Princeton House Behavioral Health, rehabilitation, home care, hospice care, ambulatory surgery, a primary and specialty medical practice, and fitness and wellness services. For more information, visit www.princetonhcs.org.


MEDIA CONTACT:
Andy Williams, 609-252-8785
anwilliams@princetonhcs.org