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Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation Names New Executive Director

News Release 7/17/15

Raritan-Bay-Medical-CenterPERTH AMBOY – Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation, a private, non-profit organization that has raised millions of dollars to support various healthcare services at Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC), has appointed Linda M. Hill, PharmD, as its new Executive Director.

“I am delighted that Linda will be leading the Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation. Given her leadership abilities and her fundraising knowledge and experience, we are fortunate to have her,” said Russell Azzarello, chairman of the foundation’s board of directors.  “In partnership with our board members, to realize our vision, Linda will play a key role in moving our philanthropic plan forward.”

Hill, of Princeton, NJ, previously served as Senior Director of Development for Major Gifts for the Princeton Healthcare System Foundation.  She also served as Director of Development for the Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart in Princeton, NJ, and was a Principal and founder of WriteChoice, Inc., a medical communication business.  Hill received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science, and Bachelor’s Degree of Science from Rutgers College of Pharmacy, Piscataway, NJ.

“Linda enjoyed a successful career with the Princeton Healthcare System Foundation, partnering with physicians and gaining the support of businesses and the community to increase annual giving and number of donors. This includes leading fundraising events and campaigns surrounding the construction of a new hospital,” said Raritan Bay Medical Center President and CEO Michael R. D’Agnes. “I’m confident she will also find success here and continue to raise the level of philanthropic giving for Raritan Bay Medical Center.”

“It is with great excitement that I join the RBMC family.  I look forward to engaging with our community, board, local businesses, physicians, and employees to provide the resources RBMC needs to deliver outstanding care,” said Hill.

Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation was established in 1985. Its mission is to raise funds in support of RBMC by working closely with community groups, the business sector and individuals.  In today’s challenging economic climate, fundraising is critical to the medical center’s continued investments in state-of-the-art technology, clinical innovations, facility modernizations, community outreach and other vital programs that enrich the health of the community.  Thanks to continued philanthropic support, the RBMC Foundation has funded many important projects.

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