Private homes in historic Tarrytown will be in the spotlight on Friday, May 8, as part of the annual Open Door Foundation House Tour. Along with the tour of extraordinary homes, the day will include a Plant & Garden Boutique and luncheon at Sleepy Hollow Country Club. Individual tickets for the event are $150. Patron tickets which include 2 tickets to the House Tour and Luncheon plus 2 tickets to an exclusive pre-event Patron Party on May 3, are $500. For information call Cristina Sanjuas-Dopazo. To purchase tickets online visit http://www.opendoormedical.org/housetour/.
About The Open Door Foundation
The Open Door Foundation promotes community health through philanthropic support of the Open Door Family Medical Centers and other initiatives designed to enhance the health and wellness of people in the communities Open Door serves.
About Open Door Family Medical Centers
Open Door, winner of the 2012 New York Nonprofit Excellence Award, has received the highest Recognition as a Patient-Centered Medical Home™ (PPC-PCMH™) from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). This ranking distinguishes Open Door from medical practices across the nation as less than 12% have appropriate systems in place to achieve this advanced standing. For more than 40 years, this federally qualified community health center has served a multi-cultural community providing top quality medical, dental care and social services to the people in Westchester and Putnam counties, particularly the economically disadvantaged. Open Door has centers located in Ossining, Port Chester, Mt. Kisco, Sleepy Hollow and Brewster. In addition, Open Door operates five school-based health centers in Port Chester at The Edison Elementary School, Park Avenue School, the John F. Kennedy Elementary School, Port Chester Middle School, and Port Chester High School, and one school-based health center in Ossining High School. In 2014, 52,860 patients were treated at Open Door, making 233,697 patient visits. In the same year, 16,020 youth and children (ages 19 years and under) were treated. In 2012 Open Door, partnered with New York Medical College and Phelps Memorial Hospital Center, to launch the NYMC Phelps Family Medicine Residency Program along with a Dental Residency Program, the first new programs in New York State in decades. Funding for Open Door Family Medical Centers comes from local, state and federal grants as well as private foundations and individuals.