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Orange Regional Medical Center’s Ray W. Moody, M.D. Breast Center Receives Donation From Port Jervis Police Department

January 6, 2016

Middletown, NY – The Port Jervis Police Department (PJPD) participated in No Shave November to benefit Orange Regional Medical Center’s Ray W. Moody, M.D. Breast Center. The department raised $2,800 for cancer awareness and education at the Breast Center and was received by the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation. The PJPD joined the national effort and gave up their razors to let their hair grow, showing support for cancer patients who typically lose their hair during cancer treatments.

Pictured from left to right: (back row) Sargent Jason Vicchiariello; PO Matthew Curreri; PO Jeffrey Legato; Detective Scott Robertson; PO Peter Washalski; Chief William Worden; Sargent Ray Cirulli; PO Frank McGrath; PO Thomas Kimiciek; (front row) Sara Sargente, RN, OCN, Head & Neck Cancer and Bloodless Program Navigator; William Dauster, Foundation President; and Jayne O’Malley, RN, OCN, Lung Cancer Nurse Navigator.

About Ray W. Moody, M.D. Breast Center
Located at the Orange Regional Medical Center Pavilion, the Ray W. Moody, M.D. Breast Center is designed with the convenience of patients in mind. The Breast Center provides a comprehensive breast care program with state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and services, together with clinicians who are experts in their field – centralized in one convenient location. For more information about the Ray W. Moody Breast Center at Orange Regional Medical Center please visit www.ormg.org/BreastCenter.

About the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation
The Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation recently launched the The Future Is Orange Campaign, a $3.3 million effort to fund technology & equipment for the hospital’s North Campus Expansion Project. This construction project includes a Cancer Center and Physician’s Office Building. The Campaign includes $2 million to support the building’s technology and equipment needs, $500,000 for Academic Medicine and Research, $800,000 to support the healing environment, which includes interior and exterior art. For more information on how to make a donation to Orange Regional Medical Center’s Foundation or The Future is Orange Campaign call the Orange Regional Foundation Office at 333-2223 or visit www.ormc.org/foundation.


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