RAHWAY — Columbia Bank, through their Columbia Bank Foundation, recently presented a $10,700 grant to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Rahway. The grant was used to purchase a portable defibrillator/monitor for their Intensive Care Unit.
Shown with the hospital’s new defibrillator/monitor are (from left) Mark Proudman, Columbia’s Senior Vice President, Branch Administration; Marlene Lubinger, President of the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway Foundation; Debra Toth, RN and Manager of Critical Care, and Sharon Reddin, Columbia Bank’s Regional Vice President.
“We are extremely pleased to assist Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital with their charitable mission to help those needing medical services,” said Thomas Kemly, Columbia’s President and CEO. “As a true community bank, Team Columbia remains committed to helping local charities that make a difference in people’s lives.”
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