Parker Jewish Institute (PJI) has been a non-profit healthcare rehabilitation standout since its founding in 1907 as a shelter for indigent men and women, serving many thousands of individuals through the years.
D&B President Steve Fangmann and Senior Vice President Joe Marturano helped support the Parker Jewish Institute Foundation by participating in the Peter Seideman Golf Classic annual outing on August 1, 2022. The successful fundraiser was held at the Glen Oaks Club in Old Westbury, New York, and honors the memory of Peter Seideman, an ardent supporter of PJI.
About Parker Jewish Institute
Parker Jewish Institute continues to meet the many challenges of a rapidly increasing adult population with both innovation and growth, while maintaining the warmth and compassion that have consistently distinguished Parker’s services. Since 1907 Parker Jewish Institute has evolved into a nationally renowned, 527-bed, non-profit center for the healthcare and rehabilitation of older adults, offering a comprehensive network of community health care programs. The Institute is also a leading academic campus for the training of healthcare professionals.