The Top Hat Dinner Dance is an elegant black-tie affair. The first Top Hat ball held in 1986 was the first fundraiser to support Washington Hospital.
Top Hat provides an elegant evening of dining and dancing, while raising funds for necessary equipment, projects and programs for the Washington Township Health Care District. Top Hat XXIV will be held in an grand tent on the grounds of Washington West.
This 25th annual dinner supports Washington Hospital’s efforts to provide cutting edge technology to all its patients. This year’s proceeds benefit the new outpatient infusion center. This highly anticipated event boasts an attendance of over 650 supporters. It is the area’s must-attend event where the community’s top level decision makers show their support for their local hospital. There is an elegant cocktail reception where guests enjoy passed hors d’ouevres while they listen to entertainment or mingle with fellow guests. This is followed by a three course dinner and lively dancing.
2011 Event Co-Chairs:
Carmen Agcaoili, M.D. and Dianne C. Martin, M.D.
2011 Event Committee:
Fremont Orthopaedic & Rehabilitative Medicine
Professional Home Care Associates
Northern California Anesthesia Associates
John T. Dearborn, M.D. and Associates
California Cardiovasular Consultants and Medical Associates
California Hospitalist Medical Corporation
Washington Township Medical Foundation
About Washington Hospital
Washington Hospital Healthcare System is an independent, community-owned, not-for-profit healthcare provider serving the citizens of Washington Township Health Care District, an area comprised of Fremont, Newark, Union City, Sunol, and southern Hayward. At the heart of the System is Washington Hospital, a 359-bed general acute care hospital run by a team of 1,700 employees and 500 affiliated physicians.
Proceeds for the 2011 Top Hat Gala
The money raised from this event will benefit the new outpatient infusion center; this state-of-the-art facility will offer a comfortable venue for cancer patients who require frequent infusions of chemotherapy or biological therapies. Instead of traveling out of the area or being admitted to the hospital for treatment, patients will now have the option to receive their therapy close to home, in a peaceful setting full of natural light, on the second floor of Washington West.