The Colts Neck Business Association (CNBA) welcomed Regina Foley, Hackensack Meridian Health COO, at its February 14, 2018 meeting. Foley described Bayshore Hospital in Holmdel.
Hackensack Meridian Health is a leading not-for-profit health care organization that is the most comprehensive and truly integrated health care network in New Jersey. They offer a complete range of medical services, innovative research and life-enhancing care.
Glen Dalakian, President of the CNBA, thanked Foley for a distinguished career in healthcare. In addition to a career in nursing, Foley has evolved into a highly-regarded leader in hospital administration.
As president of the CNBA, Dalakian’s mission is to promote quality of life for businesses and the community. Dalakian, CSAV, and the CNBA will continually highlight both organizations and individuals who promote our community’s health and prosperity.
CSAV’s relationship with Hackensack Meridian accords with this mission as well. While empowering medical staff with audiovisual tools and support, CSAV supports Hackensack Meridian Health community initiatives.
CSAV installed sound and audiovisual systems in many of the Hackensack Meridian Health offices and buildings. CSAV also manages its on-site help desk. Notably, the system will soon open Hope Tower at its Jersey Shore Medical Center Campus. Hope Tower will feature a number of CSAV installations, including a medical simulation lab.
Volunteering and donating to our community plays a vital role at CSAV Systems. Therefore, we give back in times of need and volunteer at events to raise money. Most of all, we strive to dedicate ourselves to aid in the growth of our community and others in need.
Furthermore, we are always looking for opportunities to give back and represent our community and company in the best way possible! Please learn more on our Serving the Community page.