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CATSKILL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION GOLF CLASSIC RAISES OVER $50,000 – 9/30/2014

(HARRIS, N.Y.)  – On Wednesday, July 16, the Catskill Regional Medical Center Foundation held its 36th Annual Golf Classic, which raised more than $50,000 to fund Catskill Regional Medical Center’s renovation project.

This year’s successful event was hosted at the Villa Roma Resort’s award-winning golf course located in Callicoon, and was spearheaded by the organization’s 2014 Golf Committee led by Catskill Regional Foundation President, Joan Farrow.

“Catskill Regional’s annual Golf Classic was another prosperous and rewarding community event,” says Catskill Regional Medical Center CEO and CMO, Dr. Gerard Galarneau. “Our annual golf tournament has always been the largest fundraising effort for the hospital. I am truly thankful for all the support we received this year in helping us raise money to support our mission of bringing quality healthcare to Sullivan County.”

This year’s proceeds will go toward the needed remodeling and refurbishing of the Hospital. Major renovations have started, and more are planned for the coming months. Quality facilities and technology are contributing factors that assist in attracting experienced physicians to the area, which in turn increases the quality and level of care the hospital is able to provide.

To learn more about the Catskill Regional Medical Center Foundation please visitwww.crmcny.org/pages/foundation. Donations can be mailed Catskill Regional Medical Center P.O. Box 800, Harris, NY 12742, Attention: Joan Farrow, President CRMC Foundation.  For more information on donations, please call 845-794-3300, extension 2104.

Catskill Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.

Catskill Regional Medical Center VP Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer  Rolland “Boomer” Bojo  and Catskill Regional Medical Center CEO and CMO, Dr. Gerard Galarneau, show off their “Boomer Bucks” and “Doc Dollars” at the Annual Golf Classic.