Annual Golf Outing Raises $290K to Support Princeton House Behavioral Health

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On June 12, Penn Medicine Princeton Health held its 23rd annual Golf Outing at Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, NJ, raising more than $290,000 to benefit Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health.

A division of Princeton Health, Princeton House is a leading provider of inpatient, partial hospital, and intensive outpatient services for individuals with mental health, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders. Patient care is provided at the main inpatient campus in Princeton and six outpatient centers throughout central and southern New Jersey. Proceeds from the Golf Outing will support an expansion at the inpatient campus, increasing the number of treatment beds and the creation of an outpatient service that uses medication and behavioral therapy to treat people who have substance abuse disorders.

Serving as Title sponsors of this year’s Golf Outing were Compass One Healthcare and its related companies, Morrison Healthcare and Crothall Healthcare, as well as the Medical Staff of Penn Medicine Princeton Health, RennerBrown, and Princeton Anesthesia Services, P.C. Eagle sponsors included Conner Strong & Buckelew, Edward E. Matthews, and McDermott Will & Emery. Our Grand Slam sponsor was SEI Investment Services. Champion sponsors included Canon Solutions America, Fitness & Wellness Professional Services, and HD Smith. In total, more than 100 companies and individuals who do business with Princeton Health or live in the region supported the event, which is organized each year by the Princeton Medical Center Foundation.

The Foundation thanks everyone who supported this important fundraising event, especially the members of the 2018 Golf Outing Committee and its Co-chairs, James Demetriades, Vice President, Operations, Princeton Health, and Glenn Mekles of Conner Strong & Buckelew. 

 

 


 

Pictured above, left to right: Richard Wohl, President, Princeton House Behavioral Health; Glenn Mekles of Conner Strong & Buckelew; and James Demetriades, Vice President, Operations, Penn Medicine Princeton Health.


Article as seen in Foundation News Fall/Winter 2018.