PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jupiter Medical Center Foundation returned to The Breakers on April 7,
2018, for their 42nd Annual Black-Tie Ball. The region’s top philanthropists,
business icons, and Jupiter Medical Center’s biggest supporters
were in attendance at this beautiful fundraising event. Meg and Dr. Robert
Biscup co-chaired the event along with honorary chair Tom Quick. Shannon
Cake, anchor at WPTV NewsChannel 5, served as the mistress of ceremonies.
Guests danced the night away to the tunes of the Sultans of Swing, a live
band that has performed at several presidential inaugurations.
The event was a major success, raising money for the Comprehensive Cancer
Program at Jupiter Medical Center. The funds raised will go toward the
landmark $50 million Anderson Family Cancer Institute, and will help provide
the most advanced cancer care to the region by combining clinical excellence,
a growing group of fellowship-trained physicians, cutting-edge technology
and integrative support services. It was announced at the gala that more
than $45 million of the $50 million needed has been raised.
Support for this year’s event comes from generous sponsors and underwriters,
including Jim and Diane Perrella; Diamond Sponsors: Envision Physician
Services, Leslie and Eileen Quick, and Thomas C. Quick; Gold Sponsors:
Carlton Fields and The Chiapparone Family; and Underwriters: Black Diamond
General Contracting, Meg and Dr. Robert Biscup, Knight Corporations, William
and Donna Cullity, Shana and Dr. Ryan Simovitch, and Wallace Graham.
Jupiter Medical Center Foundation is also grateful for the many table sponsors,
philanthropic supporters, donors and host committee members who helped
make the ball a tremendous success, including Jeff and Lee Alderton, Donna
Jordan, Marilyn LaBonte, Michael and Holly McCloskey, Shana and Dr. Ryan
Simovitch, Lesly S. Smith –
The Fortin Foundation, Lynn Stockford, Rick and Lynda Stoddard, and Dennis
and Roseanne Williams.
About Jupiter Medical Center Foundation
Since its founding in 1989, Jupiter Medical Center Foundation has empowered
Jupiter Medical Center with the financial resources to reimagine the delivery
of health and wellness to the region. Jupiter Medical Center Foundation,
together with Jupiter Medical Center, is committed to transforming regional
health care through leading-edge technology, patient-centered care and
enhanced facilities. The Foundation has funded a number of major projects
at Jupiter Medical Center, including the De George Pediatric Unit in partnership
with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, the Margaret W. Niedland Breast
Center, The Anderson Family Orthopedic & Spine Center, the Frank E.
and Mary D. Walsh Robotic Surgery Program, and the Florence A. De George Pavilion.
As a leading, not-for-profit medical provider in the region, Jupiter Medical
Center relies on philanthropic gifts to maintain patients’ well-being
and quality of care, and Jupiter Medical Center Foundation is dedicated
to securing this financial support in order to fulfill the mission of
the organization. For more information, please visit jmcfoundation.org.
About Jupiter Medical Center
A not-for-profit system of care consisting of a 327-bed, regional medical
center, as well as a wide array of outpatient facilities and services,
long-term care, subacute rehabilitation, hospice, and urgent care facilities.
Award-winning physicians, world-class partnerships, and innovative techniques
and technology enable Jupiter Medical Center to provide a broad range
of services with specialty concentrations in cardiology, oncology, imaging,
orthopedics & spine, digestive health, emergency and pediatric services,
lung & thoracic care, women’s health, weight management and
Founded in 1979, Jupiter Medical Center has approximately 1,650 team members,
637 physicians and 640 volunteers. Jupiter Medical Center continues to
perform in the Top 10 percent of hospitals for patient quality and satisfaction.
For more information on Jupiter Medical Center, please call
(561) 263-2234 or visit jupitermed.com.