Bruderman in Newsday: Drug Treatment Funding Will Be Felt By Our Community

Nassau University Medical Center will receive $2 million of the $2.4 million Nassau County is distributing to drug treatment providers and community groups for programs designed to combat the opioid epidemic, Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman announced.

Matthew Bruderman, the chairman of the NUMC board of directors, said the money will be used to expand its detox services. 

“We have already been planning the expansion of this department in advance of the announcement, so the impact of these resources will be felt by our community as quickly as possible,” Bruderman said. “That will save lives.” 


About Matthew J. Bruderman

Matthew J. Bruderman is an investor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He leads his family’s multi-generational financial services business, which includes a registered broker dealer, a registered investment advisor, and an insurance agency. He is the Chairman of Sandy Hill Investors, his family’s merchant banking division that owns businesses in healthcare, consumer products, media, entertainment, and real estate. As the Chairman of the Bruderman family office, he leads its charitable foundations and philanthropic activities.

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