Helping in More Ways Than One

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Every Wednesday morning, Lee Gunther-Mohr starts her day the same way. Donning her blue volunteer lab coat and white walking shoes, she heads off to University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) to serve as a patient relations volunteer. Mrs. Gunther-Mohr has volunteered at UMCP for many years. “I enjoy volunteering at UMCP. When I go up to visit patients on the floors, it’s nice to hear how pleased they are with the new facility and the care they receive. Together with the doctors and hospital staff, we work to give patients the best possible experience,” she said.

Though she has clearly dedicated much of her time to UMCP, Mrs. Gunther-Mohr knew that she could help in more ways than one. “I wanted to make a donation now, while I can appreciate the impact my support is making.” Her gift was made in memory of her husband, Robert Gunther-Mohr, who died in 2014 after 65 years of marriage.

Rather than designating her gift to support one area of PHCS, Mrs. Gunther-Mohr made a generous donation to support multiple areas—Women’s Health, Patient Relations (where she volunteers), Nursing Education, the Annual Fund, and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Community Health Center.

PHCS is deeply appreciative of Mrs. Gunther-Mohr’s philantropy and of the time she generously gives to our patients.

Article as seen in Foundation News Winter 2015.