Oceanside, NY, May 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- South Nassau Communities Hospital has named two accomplished members of the criminal justice community and civic leaders - Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Eileen Sapraicone – as the honorees of this year's Annual Golf Outing, which will be held Monday, June 12.
The Sapraicones each have long and notable careers in law enforcement and criminal justice. Michael is a former First Grade New York Police Department Detective and frequent criminal justice expert commentator on network TV and cable news programs. He is the founder and owner of Squad Security, Inc. and Squad Security LTD worldwide companies, which provide security solutions for many Fortune 500 companies, ranging from Wall Street firms to international retailers. Michael serves on South Nassau's Advisory Board.
Eileen, an attorney, currently serves as a Nassau County Family Court Support Magistrate, helping to adjudicate often complex child support and family issues. Eileen has extensive experience as a legal professional in the state court system, serving as a Deputy County Attorney for Nassau County, a Law Secretary in Nassau County, Special Counsel at the New York City Department of Investigation, and an Assistant District Attorney in Queens County. Eileen served as a member of the hospital's Women's Center gala committee.
"The Sapraicones are two tremendous leaders who both have done so much for South Nassau and our surrounding communities," said South Nassau's President and CEO, Richard J. Murphy. "They are very generous with their time, talents and resources. We are grateful to call them friends of South Nassau."
To accommodate expanding interest in the hospital's golf outing, a third course has been added for the first time. The event will take place at: The Seawane Club, Hewlett Harbor; Rockway Hunting Club, Lawrence; and Woodmere Club, Woodmere. The Seawane Club is already sold out and the remaining courses are filling up fast.
This year's co-chairs are Tony Cancellieri, Vice Chairman of South Nassau's board of directors and a vice president at Park Strategies, LLC, and Jeffrey Greenfield, managing member, NGL Group, LLC. They attribute "the growing popularity of the outing to its mission of raising funds for the South Nassau Emergency Department Expansion Campaign."
The campaign has surpassed the halfway point of its goal to raise $10 million to fund a $60 million expansion and redesign project. The expansion project will nearly double the space of the hospital's Emergency Department, making it as long as a football field, including a larger waiting area and separate treatment areas for pediatric and behavioral health patients dedicated to the mission and vision of the hospital. The current Emergency Department was built to accommodate 35,000 patients a year but is currently serving 65,000 patients annually and is projected to see some 80,000 patients annually in the years ahead.