Meet Our Donors

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Thanks to the generous support of donors to Princeton Health, we are creating a healthier community. Our new hospital will reshape healthcare in Princeton and Central New Jersey. Meet some of our donors.

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George and Estelle Sands Leave $7 Million Legacy of Giving and Compassion

The George and Estelle Sands Center for Cardiac and Pulmonary Care at the new hospital will include diagnostic cardiology, pulmonary procedures and testing, a cardiac catheterization laboratory, and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. More

Landers Family Finds the Best Medical Care Close to Home

Alyson and Will Landers help keep Princeton Medical Center strong with their donation to annual giving. 

David and Patricia Atkinson Pledge $25 Million to the New Hospital

David and Patricia Atkinson pledged $25 million — the largest individual donation ever to a New Jersey hospital — for the new Princeton Medical Center. The contribution is part of a matching gift program that encourages other donations. More

Dolls Donate $1 Million to New Chapel

Bob and Leslie Doll’s gift will support a new chapel with a worship and meditation space, a family respite area and a nearby meditation garden. More

William and Joan Schreyer Donate $5 Million to Transform Healthcare Education

The gift from the Schreyers will transform healthcare education by funding a new Center for Community and Professional Education.

Peter Yi, MD, Rallies Colleagues to Support the New Hospital

Peter Yi, an oncologist at the Princeton Medical Center, and his wife Alice, have donated $100,000 toward cancer care. More

Barry Goldblatt Establishes Charitable Lead Trust to Support New Cancer Infusion Area

After receiving life-saving cancer care at Princeton Medical Center, Barry Goldblatt established a charitable lead trust to help support cancer care in the new hospital. More

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Awards $6 Million Grant for Community Health Center

About 18,000 uninsured and underinsured patients a year will soon be receiving primary care at a state-of-the-art community healthcare center at the new hospital funded by the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation. More

Physician Donors

Meet Physician donors who have recently participated in an ad campaign supporting the new Princeton Medical Center.

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