PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jupiter Medical Center Foundation held their 43rd Annual Black-Tie
Ball at The Breakers on Saturday, April 6, 2019. The region’s top
philanthropists, business icons, and Jupiter Medical Center’s biggest
supporters attended this beautiful fundraising event presented by Pat
and Sandra Rooney. Marty and Tesa Dytrych chaired the event, along with
honorary chairman Tom Quick.
The event was a major success, raising money for the future, state-of-the-art
Surgical Institute at Jupiter Medical Center. The Surgical Institute will
include 16 new “smart” operating rooms (ORs) of the future
that will utilize intelligent tools to improve patient health.
Support for this year’s event comes from generous sponsors and underwriters,
including Diamond Sponsors: Envision Physician Services, Wallace Graham,
Leslie and Eileen Quick, Thomas C. Quick, and Nives and Joe Rizza; and
Gold Sponsors: Rehmann, The Chiapparone Family, The Leo, Clair & Robert
Adenbaum Foundation, and Carlton Fields.
Jupiter Medical Center Foundation is also grateful for the many table sponsors,
philanthropic supporters, underwriters and donors who helped to make the
Ball a tremendous success.
Jupiter Medical Center’s $300 millionVision. Innovation. Impact. Campaign has led to the hospital’s remarkable growth, and demonstrates the
significance of philanthropy in moving the needle toward greater world-class
health care for the region. Jupiter Medical Center Foundation is more
than halfway to a major goal to enhance health care for residents in South
Florida. The Foundation has raised more than $168 million of its $300
million goal, allowing Jupiter Medical Center to provide world-class,
compassionate health care close to home.
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