Straus Honored by Holy Name

Daniel E. Straus of Englewood received the Spirit of Healing Award at Holy Name Medical Center’s Annual Founders Ball.
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Daniel E. Straus of Englewood received the Spirit of Healing Award at Holy Name Medical Center’s Annual Founders Ball, held recently at the Pierre Hotel in New York. The event raised more than $1 million for the Teaneck-based hospital’s programs and services—the largest sum that the yearly program has ever raised. Straus is the president and chief executive of CareOne, the state’s largest family-owned senior care provider. It was created in 1998 with four nursing homes and rehab centers in Bergen County and has expanded to about 30 care facilities in 11 counties.

The medical center and CareOne have been long-time partners in providing patient care. “Working together enables both institutions to enhance our services and improve patient outcomes,” says Straus.

“Holy Name and CareOne have a common mission—to provide the community with the highest quality healthcare,” says Michael Maron, president and CEO of Holy Name. “We thank Daniel Straus for helping make this year’s gala a record-setting event.”

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