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NYU Winthrop Hospital Announces 32nd Annual Golf Tournament
May 2, 2017

Port Washington Resident Chairs the Event

NYU Winthrop Hospital Announces 32nd Annual Golf TournamentPort Washington resident, Michael Giaramita, is Chair of NYU Winthrop Hospital’s 32nd Annual Golf Tournament, which is set for May 15.

Mineola, NY – NYU Winthrop Hospital's 32nd Annual Golf Tournament is scheduled for Monday, May 15 at the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho and Wheatley Hills Golf Club in East Williston. NYU Winthrop is pleased to announce that the Title Sponsor this year is GROUP PMX LLC. Port Washington resident, Michael Giaramita, CEO/Managing Principal, GROUP PMX, is Chairing the event.

NYU Winthrop's Golf Tournament is one of the major annual fundraisers for the Hospital. Last year the event raised over $636,000 in support of research programs at the Hospital. The participation of community members and Hospital supporters is vital to the success of this event. Proceeds from this year's Tournament will go towards NYU Winthrop's Emergency Department expansion and renovation.

"We are proud to have the support of GROUP PMX for this terrific annual event," said John F. Collins, President and CEO of NYU Winthrop Hospital. "Their support in leading the committee will undoubtedly result in a tremendously successful 32nd Annual Golf Tournament."

GROUP PMX is a management consulting company specializing in program management, project management, construction management and program control services to clients in the building, transportation, industrial/energy and environmental sectors. Founding Principal/Co-Founder Michael Giaramita and his partner have created a sustainable virtual company, leveraging all of their relationships, know-how and business acumen to grow the company and serve almost every major healthcare institution in NYC.

For additional information about NYU Winthrop’s Golf Tournament, including available sponsorships and reservation information, please call 516-663-8275, email or visit