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401 Grand St. Paterson, NJ 07505 | (973) 881-4000
"Rich History, Bright Future"

Auxiliary

The Preakness Hospital Auxiliary, Inc., organized in April 1965, is a volunteer organization which raises monies to benefit the residents of The Preakness Healthcare Center. In the past, the organization has provided holiday gifts for each resident, offered trips to the NJ shore, Luncheon Cruises, local sporting events and theatrical productions at area theaters. We look to continue offering these great opportunities for our residents by raising funds through charitable contributions. To join the Preakness Hospital Auxiliary, please complete an applicationaux membership flyer 2018.19-page-001

Preakness Hospital Auxiliary Scholarships

Staff Scholars


Staff members currently attending school and pursuing a healthcare related career are eligible to apply for the Preakness Hospital Auxiliary staff scholarship. Congratulations to Khash Hakhamaneshi, COTA,  Daredree Manradge, Assistant Admitting Officer and Rochelle Maggette, CNA. 


Staff Scholarship Winners
Khash Hakhamaneshi, COTA, Auxilary President Elizabeth Kattak,
Daredree Manradge, Assistant Admitting Officer and Rochelle Maggette, CNA.


Maragret Statham Scholarship

Since 1971, this scholarship was been given to Volunteens who have completed a minimum of 200 hours of service during their high school career. We are proud to award this year’s scholarships to Stephen John, from Passaic County Technical Institute who will be attending NJIT for Mechanical Engineering and Eduardo Nombera from Wayne Valley High School who will be attending The University of Delaware majoring in Chemical Engineering and Material Science and Engineering. Congratulations to you both! 



Scholarship Winner Stephen John

Winner Stephen John
(with his mom and Preakness staff member Aly John,
Dr. Geoffrey Mugalo, Administrator in Training and
Suzanne McEvoy, Director of Volunteers
and Community Outreach)

Scholarship Winner Eduardo Nombera
Winner Eduardo Nombera 
(with Auxilary President Elizabeth Kattak)