Quality healthcare is important to you and your family. You want the peace of mind that comes from knowing a premier hospital is accessible without traveling. You want medical care delivered by highly trained and compassionate doctors, nurses, technologists, and caregivers. You also want them to have the latest technologies, equipment, and facilities in support of their lifesaving work.
The PCH Foundation exists to help make all of those things happen.
As a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, we support Princeton Community Hospital in its mission of providing quality healthcare to all members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay. To that end, the foundation depends on the generosity of individuals, families, organizations, and grant funds.
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Princeton Community Hospital Foundation exists to help support Princeton Community Hospital in its mission of providing quality healthcare to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.
We also strive to:
- Increase involvement, communication, and mutual education between the hospital and the community.
- Develop and broaden philanthropic giving to Princeton Community Hospital, which will utilize those gifts to expand and advance its ability to provide innovative, high-quality healthcare to all who need it.
The goal of PCHF is to raise funds for healthcare in the long term. We must raise funds for our present healthcare needs as well as the future needs of our children and grandchildren.
The PCHF Board of Trustees relies upon the Hospital Board of Directors to prioritize areas of need. PCHF then works in tandem with the community on providing for those needs that will affect each and every member of the community.
Role in Our Area’s Healthcare
Increased demands on the aging facilities of Princeton Community Hospital are challenging our doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to maintain our expected levels of services.
PCHF can change the face of our area’s healthcare by establishing ongoing partnerships to realize possibilities such as the purchase of technologies, facilities, and services that might not be attainable without community support.
Board of Trustees
- Gopal Pardasani, MD, Chairman
- Kevin Cole, Treasurer
- Tom Giffen
- Ed Gilger
- Craig Hammond
- Rick Helmandollar
- Rosemary Mitchell
- Ralph Modena
- Jim Osborne
- Nancy Russell
- Roger Topping
- Rusty Sarver, Chairman of the PCHA Board of Directors
- Karen Bowling, President & CEO of PCHA