Physician Partners and Champions

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Physician Partners and Champions

The physicians at Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) not only deliver exceptional patient care, but also play a vital role in our long-term success. In addition to their clinical knowledge, they bring vision and passion for the work they do. Many of them also act as advocates for PHCS and the PHCS Foundation by promoting clinical excellence, sharing their goals for enhancing care, and—at times—helping to connect generous grateful patients to the mission of the organization. In 2015, the PHCS Foundation formed the Physician Partners and Champions as a way to recognize their leadership efforts.

Collaboration between the PHCS Foundation and our Physician Partners and Champions enables PHCS to provide the most advanced and compassionate care to our community. On a rotating basis, we will continue to feature other physicians who have helped to link grateful patients with opportunities to enhance patient experiences in the future.

PHCS Foundation thanks the following physicians, whose leadership and passion were instrumental in securing support for these areas at University Medical Center of Princeton:

Richard Bach, MD– for his help in raising awareness and financial support for the Acute Rehabilitation Unit

Rachel P. Dultz, MD– for her efforts in raising awareness and in helping secure a leadership gift for the Breast Health Center to purchase needed equipment

Gerard M. Compito, MD– who participated in the cultivation and solicitation efforts to enhance our capabilities in stroke care (Center for Neuroscience Care)

W. Thomas Gutowski, MDandBrian M. Vannozzi, MD– who continue to support Foundation efforts to strengthen the Jim Craigie Center for Joint Replacement

Nisha Dhir, MDandJohn A. Heim, MD– who helped raise funds for the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery

Heather M. van Raalte, MD– for her help in raising awareness and financial support for the pelvic wellness program

Article as seen in Foundation News Winter 2015.