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Donald J.

Hofmann of West Windsor, NJ, Named Chairman of Princeton HealthCare Sy


stem Board of Trustees
Donald J. Hofmann of West Windsor, New Jersey, has been named chairman of the Bo
ard of Trustees of Princeton HealthCare System.
Princeton, NJ, Febraury 25, 2010 -- Donald J. Hofmann of West Windsor, New Jerse
y, has been named chairman of the Board of Trustees of Princeton HealthCare Syst
em (http://www.princetonhcs.org), PHCS announced today.
Hofmann, who previously served as the board s vice chairman and treasurer, starts
his leadership tenure at an historic time for PHCS, with his three-year term set
to include the opening of the new University Medical Center of Princeton at Pla
insboro, the system s replacement hospital for University Medical Center of Prince
ton.
In a symbolic coincidence, Hofmann also happens to be the first non-Princeton re
sident to lead the board in the institution s 91-year history.
This area has been my home for many years, and the chance to continue serving the
local communities of our region is a great honor, said Hofmann. At a time when ma
ny hospitals are struggling, Princeton HealthCare System looks to the future wit
h confidence, guided by the vision laid out by our board and management team to
build one of the finest regional medical centers in the United States. I look fo
rward to working with system President and CEO Barry Rabner, our medical staff l
eadership and the entire PHCS healthcare team at this exciting time in our histo
ry.
A graduate of Harvard Business School, Hofmann is a managing partner of Crystal
Ridge Partners, a Princeton-based private equity firm he co-founded in 2005. Pri
or to that, Hofmann was a senior partner of JP Morgan Partners and its predecess
ors, involved in all aspects of the management of the firm.
He has served on the PHCS board since 2002 and succeeds Edward Matthews as the b
oard s chairman.
Hofmann s other community involvement includes membership on the board of HomeFron
t, a non-profit group based in Lawrenceville that works with families to break t
he cycle of poverty. He is also a former trustee of Princeton Day School.
He and his wife, Joyce Hofmann, have two sons.
About Princeton HealthCare System
Princeton HealthCare System is a nonprofit organization that includes University
Medical Center at Princeton, Princeton House Behavioral Health, Princeton Rehab
ilitation Services, Merwick Care Center, Princeton HomeCare Services and Univers
ity Medical Center at Princeton Surgical Center. PHCS is a joint venture partner
in Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center and Princeton Endoscopy Center. Universi
ty Medical Center at Princeton is an acute care, teaching community hospital and
a University Hospital Affiliate of UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. It
is a Clinical Research Affiliate of The Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the onl
y facility in the state designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the Natio
nal Cancer Institute. Princeton HealthCare System also operates several addition
al affiliates including Princeton HealthCare System Occupational Medicine Servic
es, Princeton HealthCare System Medical Equipment, Princeton HealthCare Manageme
nt Services, and Princeton Medical Properties. The system has 477 beds, over 2,8
00 employees, 45 residents and fellows from the UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Resid
ency Training Programs, and an active medical staff of 906 physicians and dentis
ts.
Contact :
John Patella
Princeton HealthCare System
Princeton, NJ
(609) 395-1785
john@patellaink.com
http://www.princetonhcs.org