PATERSON, NJ [OCTOBER 18, 2012] – The St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Foundation is honored to announce that David Incorvaia (resident of Hardyston, NJ) and Nino Asani (resident of Pequannock, NJ) of Pulse Medical Transportation, were the recipients of the 2012 William F. Johnson Award for Community Service, at the St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Foundation's 36th Annual Charity Ball held on Saturday, October 27th at Gotham Hall in New York City. Mr. Incorvaia and Mr. Asani were selected for their remarkable commitment to improving the quality of life in our community.
As President and Vice President of Pulse Medical Transportation (respectively), David Incorvaia and Nino Asani have been strong supporters and friends of St. Joseph's Healthcare System since founding Pulse together in 2001. St. Joseph's Healthcare System is extremely proud to honor their steadfast commitment to our medical center and community.
Today, Pulse is the premier medical transportation provider in Northern New Jersey with over 60 vehicles in service and 210 employees, including a licensed Physician Medical Director and a cadre of 30 full-time registered nurses.
David and Nino have been strong supporters of the Healthcare System's many fundraising events and initiatives and are lead supporters of the 'St. Joseph's is the Future' Capital Campaign. Additionally, Pulse also provides complimentary transportation and assistance to many patients and their families at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center/St. Joseph's Children's Hospital and St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital. Their generosity and kindness is greatly appreciated by the hospital's staff, patients and families.