Supporting the Health and Well-Being of Our Community

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Elliot A. Krauss, MD, is a board certified anatomic and clinical pathologist, as well as Chairman of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Services and the Director of Clinical Chemistry at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center (PMC). Dr. Krauss recognizes the important role philanthropy plays in enabling our healthcare system to offer patients a full scope of quality health and wellness services. He has contributed to numerous clinical committees as well as fundraising activities, such as the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center Foundation’s Physicians Development Committee (the campaign to build the new hospital) and the Golf Outing Committee. 

Dr. Krauss and his wife, Lily, have resided in our area for many years, and the couple recently made a donation in support of PMC’s Bristol-Myers Squibb Community Health Center, which functions as a medical home for our most vulnerable population, the uninsured and underserved families in our area. 

“The majority of the care that is provided to patients through our Community Health Center is not covered by insurance or reimbursed by government agencies, yet it remains vital to the health and well-being of our community. Lily and I are grateful that we can contribute to this important resource,” Dr. Krauss explained. 

To find out how you can join Dr. and Mrs. Krauss and help support our Community Health Center, please call the Foundation office at 609.252.8710.


Article as seen in Foundation News Fall/Winter 2018.