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September 3, 2020
Princeton Medical Center Recognized for Healthcare Equality
For the second year in a row, Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center was designated an LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of America&rsquo:s largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for individuals who identify as...
July 28, 2020
Princeton Health President and CEO Barry Rabner to Step Down by 2021
Barry S. Rabner, who led Penn Medicine Princeton Health from a small community health system into a regional leader widely recognized for high quality, safety, advanced technology, and community engagement, has announced that he will step down as President and CEO. The Princeton Health Trustees,...
July 28, 2020
Princeton Medical Center Recognized Again as a Best Regional Hospital
For the sixth year in a row, Princeton Medical Center (PMC) was recognized as a Best Regional Hospital in central New Jersey and ranked among the top hospitals statewide and across the New York metropolitan area by U.S. News &: World Report. ...
June 18, 2020
Community Response Uplifts Princeton Health Staff and Patients
Throughout Central Jersey, elementary and middle schoolers put their imaginations and talents to work this spring, raising money and donating needed supplies and food to support the healthcare heroes at Penn Medicine Princeton Health. The young people&rsquo:s efforts were part of a broader...
June 11, 2020
Help Available for the Newly Unemployed: Finding Affordable Health Insurance
As our region continues to grapple with the wide-ranging effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Penn Medicine Princeton Health remains committed to providing care and service to the community. Part of that commitment is helping to ensure that you and your loved ones have access to world-class...
May 28, 2020
Penn Medicine Princeton Health Thanks Corporate Community for Outpouring of Support in Response to COVID-19
Penn Medicine Princeton Health today thanked the corporate community for its outpouring of support in response the COVID-19 pandemic and recognized businesses for donations of personal protective equipment, facemasks, hand sanitizer, face shields, lodging, and other supplies for healthcare...
May 26, 2020
COVID-19 Update—A Message to Our Community from President and CEO Barry S. Rabner
Today at Princeton Medical Center (PMC), the number of patients with COVID-19 is at its lowest point since March, and the peak of the outbreak appears to be several weeks behind us. Thank you to our staff and physicians for their heroic work in caring for all of our patients, with and without...
May 5, 2020
Nassau Inn Provides Respite for Princeton Health Staff
For employees and physicians treating COVID-19 patients at Princeton Medical Center (PMC), the Nassau Inn&rsquo:s pledge of free lodging was invaluable. Hospital staff and physicians often work extended hours during the COVID-19 outbreak. The shifts can be difficult, and there is still much...