Crystal Run Healthcare CEO Receives Coveted Ottaway Medal
Middletown, N.Y. – Crystal Run Healthcare is pleased to announce that Managing Partner & CEO, Hal Teitelbaum, MD, JD, MBA has been awarded the 2016 Ruth & James Ottaway Medal by the Orange County Citizens Foundation. Nearly 250 attendees enjoyed a decadent meal and joined one another in toasting the visionary CEO who has pioneered healthcare in Orange County.
Hal Teitelbaum, MD, JD, MBA established Crystal Run Healthcare along with his partners, Robert Dinsmore, MD and Manual Perry, MD in 1996 and since then, the practice has steadily grown as a leader in healthcare transformation and delivery in Orange, Sullivan and Rockland Counties. Dr. Teitelbaum serves as Crystal Run’s Managing Partner & CEO. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Hematology and completed his training at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, respectively. In 1998, Dr. Teitelbaum earned an MBA from Columbia Business School and in 2012, a JD from Columbia Law School. Dr. Teitelbaum is a member of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), the CEO Council of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA), and the New York Bar Association. He is also a member with Advanced Standing in the American Association for Physician Leadership, among other professional association memberships.
“Dr. Teitelbaum, individually and through Crystal Run Healthcare, has given so much to the residents of Orange County,” said Nancy Proyect, President of the Orange County Citizens Foundation. “Through economic stimulation, job growth, quality healthcare delivery, and charitable community engagement, he and his organization embody the mission of the Orange County Citizens Foundation in a manner of which Ruth and James Ottaway, Sr. would be very proud. We are pleased to add Dr. Teitelbaum to this outstanding list of recipients who represent the history and spirit of the Ottaway Medal.”
Hal Teitelbaum, MD, JD, MBA sporting his Ottaway Medal
Each year, the prestigious Ottaway Medal is given to a community leader who exemplifies the dedication and positive impact that the Ottaway family brought to Orange County and the Hudson Valley for several decades. In recognizing the core mission of the Orange County Citizens Foundation – community engagement, volunteerism and advocating for the public good - the medal celebrates others whose endeavors and actions are representative of that same altruism. Dr. Teitelbaum’s innovative vision and unwavering commitment to Orange County throughout the past 30 years are evident in nearly every community – from Newburgh to Monroe, to Middletown. His contributions to these communities have improved the quality of life in Orange County and have made it a better place to live, work and play.
“This region has provided all of us here at Crystal Run with a quality of life that is second to none. Just as it is our mission to improve the quality of life through the healthcare services we provide, we enthusiastically support the Orange County Citizens Foundation for its contributions to Orange County’s quality of life. I thank the Orange County Citizens Foundation for this honor – I am humbled to be so recognized,” said Hal Teitelbaum, MD, JD, MBA, Managing Partner & CEO at Crystal Run Healthcare.
Dr. Hal Teitelbaum was presented with the award by former Orange County Executive, Edward Diana. The event took place on Wednesday, May 4th at Anthony’s Pier 9 in New Windsor, NY.
Headlining Photo (provided) – Pictured from left to right, New York State Senator William J. Larkin Jr., R-C, wife Patricia Larkin, Hal Teitelbaum, MD, JD, MBA and wife, Jennifer Teitelbaum.
Nancy Proyect announced that Senator William Larkin will be the 2017 recipient of the Ottoway Medal.
The Citizens Foundation is a not-for-profit organization driven by the influence of its members. It was started more than 40 years ago with one simple, but essential, goal: To improve quality of life for the citizens of Orange County through public policy and advocacy. Topics of discussion include health care, water and waste management, land use, agriculture, economic development, transportation, environmental preservation and cultural affairs.