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Judah Touro Society Award Ceremony

Judah Touro Society Award Dinner in honor of Paul Barron

Join the Touro Infirmary Foundation on Thursday, November 2, 2023 at the Audubon Tea Room from 6-9pm as we celebrate this year's Judah Touro Society Award Recipient. Paul Barron has been an integral part of the Touro family for over 25 years. We will honor his commitment to Touro as the 2023 Judah Touro Society Award Recipient. The Judah Touro Society Award is Touro's highest honor, given annually to a member of the community who has made a lasting impact at Touro.

Formal invitations will be mailed but all are welcome to purchase tickets online.

Enjoy a cocktail hour, live music, seated dinner and award presentation.

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About Paul

Paul has been a dedicated supporter of Touro Infirmary for the last 40 years. Barron was appointed to the Touro Governing Board in 1988. He has served as Secretary (1994-1996), Vice Chairman (1996-1997) and Chairman (1997-2000). Under his direction as Chairman, Touro purchased Woldenberg Village and spent nearly $30 million to update and add an assisted living facility and nursing home to its campus. Other leadership highlights include the addition of an 8th floor to the hospital’s patient tower, implementation of a corporate compliance program, and refinancing its 1993 bonds and issuing $52 million in new bonds. Paul is currently spearheading an aphasia support group at Touro to provide valuable resources to patients who have experienced stroke and traumatic brain injuries.

By presenting Paul with Touro’s highest honor, the Judah Touro Society is publicly recognizing the decades in which he has given freely his knowledge, experience, and has worked tirelessly to advance the goals and mission of Touro Infirmary within our community.

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