Hospital Receives $12,500 Grant From Bank Foundation

PERTH AMBOY — Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC), recently received a $12,500 grant from Northfield Bank Foundation in support of the medical center’s Center for Women, a Hologic designated Pink Ribbon FacilityTM.

“Our strong partnership with Northfield Bank Foundation speaks volumes about their commitment to giving back to the communities which they serve,” said Executive Vice President, Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation Nancy Barone.


The medical center recently opened a new Center for Women as part of the new Outpatient and Imaging Suites at RBMC’s Perth Amboy hospital. 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 both breast MRI imaging and MRI-guided biopsy. Additionally, women’s healthcare company Hologic recently 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. To schedule an appointment, call 1-732-324-5270. For more information, visit

The Northfield Bank Foundation was founded in November 2001 with the purpose of supporting not-for-profit organizations that help improve the quality of life in the communities in which Northfield Bank does business; specifically Middlesex and Union Counties in New Jersey, Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York. To date, the Foundation has provided $1,850,000 in funding to local not-for-profits. “We are proud to partner with Raritan Bay Medical Center once again,” said Diane Senerchia, Northfield Bank Foundation.

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