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Hershey Medical Center receives record $10.1M donor commitment

Donors committed a record $10.1 million to the Penn State
Milton S.
Hershey Medical
Center in December, the
most the medical center received in December of any year, the medical provider
recently said.

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Donors committed a record $10.1 million to the Penn State
Milton S.
Hershey Medical
Center
in December, the
most the medical center received in December of any year, the medical provider
recently said.

The previous December record of $8.1 million was set in
2008. Some donors gave $1 million or more, but most contributions were smaller
gifts, according to the medical center.

The support reflects community confidence in the medical
center, said Harold Paz, the organization’s chief executive officer, senior
vice president for health affairs and dean of the Penn State College of
Medicine.

The Derry Township-based medical center has raised a record
amount in receipts, or money it has in hand, during its fiscal 2010. It
received $6.4 million in December and $17.8 million during this fiscal year.
The medical provider has received $22.4 million in commitments from almost
22,000 donors in fiscal 2010, which runs from July 1, 2009, through June 30.

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