Golf Classic

What if you could play golf and help thousands of people at the same time? All golfers will play in the afternoon flight on one of two 18-hole courses. Lunch and dinner is included for all golfers. Proceeds of the Golf Classic will provide education programs to GBMC HealthCare's clinical staff.

Where: Turf Valley Resort - Ellicott City, MD - more info...
When: May 8, 2017
Registration: 10:30 AM
Shotgun Start: 12 PM
Dinner: 5:30 PM and includes an awards ceremony and auction.

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Healthcare is a field in which things are constantly changing and improving, and GBMC HealthCare is always working to test and adopt best practices in patient care. In this environment, physicians and nurses need to stay on top of their fields, making continuing medical education (CME) and the John E. Savage Medical Library (on-site at GBMC) two essential resources for our clinical team.

GBMC's annual Golf Classic underwrites nursing and medical staff CME and the latest publications for the Medical Library.

Dr. John Adams Compassionate Caregiving Rounds, a multidisciplinary forum in which clinical caregivers discuss difficult emotional and social issues that arise in caring for patients, is just one such CME opportunity. During these sessions, clinical and non-clinical staff members have the opportunity to openly discuss important social and emotional aspects of caring for patients.

Become a part of helping GBMC HealthCare to achieve its vision by sponsoring our 2017 Golf Classic held on Monday, May 8, 2017, at Turf Valley in Ellicott City, MD. In addition to a full day on both courses, GBMC HealthCare also hosts a dinner and auction following the annual Golf Classic. If you cannot sponsor the event, please consider donating an auction item.

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