ProMedica Golf Events Will Help Raise Funding for Area Healthcare Services
posted on: 11/28/2011TOLEDO, Ohio, June 10, 2011 – The summer golf season is in full swing at ProMedica. ProMedica’s not-for-profit foundations will host various golf benefits and pro-am tournaments in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. All events will help raise money for various hospital programs and services including medical equipment, and programs and services to enhance patient care at ProMedica facilities.
Previous events that were organized by foundation staff and community volunteers raised money to help fund medical technology, such as digital mammography, cancer care, autism care, safe patient handling equipment, and the construction of several new healthcare facilities.
This year, donations from Toledo Children’s Hospital’s golf benefit will go toward the Autism Collaborative, an innovative community partnership to improve the education, research, programs, and services to support individuals and families affected by autism.
Depending on the date and time you choose to tee off, breakfast, lunch or dinner may be included for golfers and their guests. Golf instructors and pros may also be available to the players at some of the event locations.
Those who do not plan on playing can join players at the event celebrations, auctions and award ceremonies.
Advanced reservations are required for each event. Here’s a list of upcoming events:
For more information about ProMedica golf outings, visit www.promedica.org.
ProMedica, a mission-based organization that is ranked the No. 2 most integrated health system in the U.S., was formed in 1986 and is a Toledo, Ohio-based, not-for-profit healthcare organization with nearly 14,000 employees; 3,000 physicians and more than 306 facilities in Ohio and Michigan. ProMedica serves more than 2.73 million patients annually and includes 11 hospitals; ProMedica Continuum Services with senior, hospice, rehabilitation, and integrative services; ProMedica Physicians, a network of more than 315 primary care and specialty physicians; and Paramount Health Care, the largest HMO in northwest Ohio.