Foundation’s Art Show Raises Record Funds For Medical Center

PERTH AMBOY — Art aficionados and supporters of Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC) alike made this year’s Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation – “Inspirations: A Celebration of Art & Spring” art show reception the most successful ever, raising more than $40,000 for the medical center’s Center for Women.

Guests looking to enjoy an elegant night out enjoyed the chic event at RBMC’s Perth Amboy location, complete with live music by the Victor Quezada Jazz Trio, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and wine tasting provided by Joe Canal’s Discount Liquor. As part of the evening, retired Perth Amboy High School Principal Rozalia Czaban was honored for her commitment to the district’s students, the community and the medical center.


The works of local artists, including; the late Louis P. Booz III, Paul Borkowski, EJ Davis, Dawn Drago, Darlene Foster, Cabbar Komek, John S. Masi, Michele Mastrangelo, Paul Moran, Glenn Murgacz, Melissa Pino, Susan Schaffer, Margaret Smolarski, Rolando Talag, Gail Tanski, Joseph Tanski, Phyllis Wilkinson, Amy Brooks, Connie Elek, and Lois Griffin are showcased along with works from Woodbridge and Perth Amboy school district art students. Select pieces will be displayed on the medical center’s concourse and be available for purchase until Monday, June 13. For more information, or to make a donation, call 732-324-5374.

“We are so happy to support our community and honor Rozalia, a leader who has given so much back to our community,” said Executive Vice President, Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation Nancy Barone.

The medical center opened a new Center for Women in its Perth Amboy hospital, as part of the new Outpatient and Imaging Suites in its newly renovated Blue Wing. The new center complements the medical center’s longstanding Old Bridge location. Both provide diagnosis and treatment for women’s specific needs, but the Perth Amboy location is one of only a few New Jersey sites providing breast MRI imaging and MRI-guided biopsy in combination. Additionally, women’s healthcare company Hologic has recognized RBMC as a Pink Ribbon FacilityTM certifying that the medical center provides its patients the best possible imaging technology for the earliest possible detection of breast cancer.

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