JUPITER, Fla. – On Wednesday, February 7, Jupiter Medical Center Foundation hosted its
annual Leaders in Philanthropy Dinner at Lost Tree Club. The night honored
the Foundation’s top donors whose philanthropy has helped to transform
Jupiter Medical Center, as well as continue to allow the hospital to recruit
the best physicians, acquire advanced medical technology, and build state-of-the-art
Jupiter Medical Center Foundation has raised $135 million in the past three
years toward a $300 million campaign. “Thanks to the generosity
of these donors, we have transformed from a very good community hospital
to a world-class, regional medical center that spans from Stuart to West
Palm Beach,” said Liv Vesely, president of Jupiter Medical Center
Honorees of the evening included Tim and Jayne Donahue who were acknowledged
as Distinguished Grand Benefactors for their gracious gifts to the hospital.
The Mastroianni Family Foundation was welcomed as a Grand Benefactor,
and Bert and Sallie Korman, along with nearly 50 other philanthropic families,
were recognized in front of the crowd as new Benefactors.
Every donation counts in helping Jupiter Medical Center strive to meet
the region’s growing demand for critical health services such as
oncology, advanced cardiac care, expanded pediatric services and comprehensive
stroke care. To make a donation, visit jmcfoundation. org or call (561) 263-5728.
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, 327-bed, regional medical center, consisting of 207 private
acute-care hospital beds, and 120 long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation
and Hospice beds, Jupiter Medical Center is reimagining how to restore
the community’s health and wellness. 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 and spine, digestive health,
emergency and pediatric services, lung and thoracic, women’s health,
weight management and men’s health.
Founded in 1979, Jupiter Medical Center has approximately 1,800 team members,
615 physicians and 640 volunteers. Jupiter Medical Center continues to
perform in the top 10% of hospitals for patient quality and satisfaction.
For more information on Jupiter Medical Center, please call 561-263-2234
or visit jupitermed.com.