Join us in celebrating our 100th anniversary with dinner,
dancing and a spectacular musical performance featuring
The Temptations!

Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center
1 Plainsboro Rd, Plainsboro, NJ

Valet parking will be offered free of charge, and is strongly suggested.

The TemptationsWhat better place to commemorate our 100th anniversary than on Princeton Medical Center’s extraordinary 170-acre campus -- built for the community by the community! Festivities will take place in the comfort of a heated tent on the hospital’s main campus, where you’ll enjoy fine dining, historical memories, and a spectacular musical performance by The Temptations!

Proceeds from the gala will benefit Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH), a division of Penn Medicine Princeton Health.

November 24, 2019 officially marks Princeton Health’s 100th anniversary! As we celebrate this remarkable milestone, we also acknowledge the tremendous partnerships that have made our success possible.

Thanks to support from our individual community members and corporate partners, Princeton Medical Center has grown from a modest farmhouse on Witherspoon Street to a best-in-class hospital offering cutting edge, patient-centered care in a state-of-the-art facility in Plainsboro.

Our year-long centennial celebration will culminate in a spectacular evening gala to highlight our past accomplishments and bold future as part of Penn Medicine. We invite you to become an event sponsor and support our efforts in 2019, and beyond.



Proceeds from the gala will benefit Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH), a division of Penn Medicine Princeton Health. Our 110-bed inpatient campus provides acute treatment for adults with psychiatric, substance use and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Princeton House’s continuum of care also includes six outpatient sites throughout central and southern New Jersey providing acute partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services to children, adolescents and adults.

With a state-wide shortage of psychiatric beds and the opioid crisis reaching epidemic levels, demand for PHBH’s services has skyrocketed. Princeton House Behavioral Health refers over 400 patients a year to other hospitals due to lack of beds at our own facility.

Your support will enable us to add a new, 19-bed addition to our existing inpatient structure, allowing us to treat more of those who turn to us for help when they need it the most.