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Posted: Sunday, October 20, 2019 12:40 pm | Updated: 10:46 am, Mon Oct 28, 2019.

Coronado Hospital Foundation, a nonprofit organization, hosted its ninth annual golf tournament at the beautiful Coronado Municipal Golf Course in support of Sharp Coronado Hospital on Sept. 12. The event, co-chaired by Carol Sommer and Chris Walker exceeded its fundraising goal of $150,000 and raised a net revenue of $165,000.

The tournament included a shotgun start, 18-hole, four player scramble format, a barbecue lunch, an awards ceremony and a buffet dinner. The weather was perfect - 36 teams teed off under sunny skies. “I don’t think it could have gone better this year. The golf committee exceeded its goal, golfers had a great time, and the Foundation team, golf committee and volunteers were all amazing,” beamed Sommer.

Tournament activities included a putting contest sponsored by Chandler Asset Management, a hot shot ball launcher, complimentary ice cream by MooTime Creamery, healthy snacks and fresh fruit donated by Sodexo, decadent sliders by Dinners by David, smoothies by Island Oasis and water by the Morabito Group Real Estate. Complimentary chair massages were offered by George Montes, massage therapist. Haley Stead, Board Certified Music Therapist, provided entertainment during the awards dinner and silent auction.

Carol expressed appreciation to all sponsors and golfers and recognized the Sharp Coronado Hospital Medical Staff for their generous pledge of $150,000 in support of the golf tournament. “As a leader at Sharp HealthCare, their generosity reminds us of the incredible dedication of our physicians. Sharp Coronado Hospital touches the lives not only of the Coronado community but of the entire county through our services including emergency, orthopedics, outpatient and women’s services,” said Walker.

Lead Sponsors: Sharp Coronado Hospital Medical Staff. Double Eagle Sponsor: Carol Sommer

Eagle Sponsors: Bender Dean Engineering, CDG Builders, Chest Medicine & Critical Care Medical Group, Coast Surgical Medical Group, Emerald Textiles, G/M Business Interiors, Michael and Georgia Hamilton, Medline Industries, Lyn Perino in memory of Jim Perino, San Diego Imaging, Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group, Swinerton Builders, Birdie & Tee Prize Sponsors: Anonymous, BSD Builders, Cuningham Group Architecture, EDCO Disposal Corp., and Tanner Engineering. Putting Contest: Chandler Asset Mgmt. Military/Wounded Warrior Sponsors: Sydney Stanley and Christian Esquevin, Randy and Alison Fleury, CMDR. Gene Kemp, Ken and Sue Kjoller, Mr. and Mrs. Ingolf Kiland Jr., Joyleen Rottenstein, and Carole Sachs.

The Emergency and Intensive Care fundraising initiative, a $12 million campaign, is the philanthropic priority at Coronado Hospital Foundation. “Philanthropy from the golf tournament will support these efforts to bring the best in emergency and intensive care to the residents and visitors of Coronado and will enable the expansion of the emergency department’s eight beds to 14 and move the intensive care unit to the hospital’s 4th floor. The renovations will match the look and feel of the patient-centered environment at Sharp Coronado,” said Susan Stone, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of Sharp Coronado.

Held annually in September, the golf tournament is an opportunity for golfers to have fun on the golf course, with proceeds supporting the latest Foundation initiative. “It’s also an opportunity for non-golfers and community members to support Sharp Coronado with a tax-deductible gift,” said Sandy Gross, Senior Development Officer. Next year’s tournament is scheduled for Sept. 17, 2020.

To support next year’s tournament or annual gala on May 9, 2020, contact Sandy Gross at Sandy.Gross@sharp.com or 619-522-3766.

Coronado Hospital Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Federal Tax ID #95-3273985.

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