GSI & KIMBALL MEDICAL CENTER
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 30, 2012
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KIMBALL MEDICAL CENTER RETAINS GHIORSI & SORRENTI AS CAPITAL CAMPAIGN COUNSEL
Kimball Medical Center Lakewood, New Jersey, a member of Barnabas Health, has retained Ghiorsi & Sorrenti, Inc. (GSI) as counsel for a capital campaign that will help fund a $3.5 million project. Plans call for the initiation of a Geriatric Emergency Medicine Program to better accommodate a rapidly growing segment of the community, the purchase of new Interventional Radiology Digital Imaging Equipment, the renovation of the Radiology Suite to accommodate it, and the acquisition of a new CT Scanner.
Kimball is a fully accredited acute care hospital serving a county of 600,000 people. The Medical Center features a full range of ultra-modern diagnostic and treatment services including medical-surgical programs with the latest advancements in laser and arthroscopic surgery, emergency and trauma care, maternity and pediatrics, cancer and diabetes care, a Level Two special care nursery, inpatient dialysis, rehabilitation programs and occupational medicine.
Headquartered in Wyckoff, New Jersey, GSI is a full service philanthropic consulting firm, specializing in planning and conducting capital campaigns. Since 1989, Ghiorsi & Sorrenti, Inc. has partnered with thousands of non-profit organizations in raising more than $7 billion with an additional $1 billion in progress.
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Martin Richman is the Vice President of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the Milford Regional Healthcare Foundation (MRHF) in Milford, MA, the latest position in an enormously rich and productive career. Since Martin's arrival at Milford a few years ago, the development program has expanded exponentially, including most recently, a major capital campaign that Martin is spearheading in partnership with GSI as counsel. Martin recalls that it was professional culture shock when he transitioned to healthcare from the arts.