April 6, 2012 - Harris, N.Y. – On April 4, Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC) received a check for more than $3,480 raised at the Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser, held on February 11 at Sullivan County Community College to raise funds for CRMC’s Oncology Department.
The fourth annual Coaches vs. Cancer Fundraiser, held in conjunction with the Basketball Coaches Association of New York (BCANY), has grown from two teams and one game to 10 teams and 11 hours worth of games in just four years. This year’s participants included Monticello, Eldred, Tri-Valley, Liberty, Livingston Manor and Sullivan West high schools and SUNY Sullivan.
On April 5, a group of 15 students and 5 coaches presented the check to Fred Kuriger, CRMC’s CEO and Geri Orr, CRMC’s Assistant Vice President of Professional Services. The group then took a tour of the Oncology Unit at CRMC.
Cancer Care at CRMC includes a well-developed oncology program that offers a multidisciplinary team approach combined with quality care. The program continues to be distinguished by the excellent and compassionate patient care it provides. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact the Hematology/Oncology Department at 845.794.3341.
Coaches and players from SUNY Sullivan, Monticello Boys Basketball, Sullivan West Girls Basketball, Livingston Manor Girls Basketball and Eldred Girls Basketball present a check for $3,480.33 to Fred Kuriger, CRMC CEO and Gerri Orr, CRMC Assistant Vice President of Professional Services, in front of the CRMC Oncology Unit.