Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Receives $150,000 from Symetra Women’s Health Classic
(Greenwood, S.C., Sept. 17, 2015) – Self Regional Healthcare Foundation recently received a check for $150,000 from the 2015 Symetra Tour’s Women’s Health Classic. These funds will be used for community outreach and programming to improve the health of women and their families in the Lakelands region.
“These funds will help our hospital continue to provide exceptional care to the women in our community,” Chip Stockman, chairman of the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Trustees, said. “We are incredibly thankful for all of the sponsors, supporters and organizers of this tournament whose generosity translates into real gains for the patients that we serve.
This was the second year that Self Regional Healthcare Foundation served as the title sponsor for the tournament, which was held in May at the Links at Stoney Point.
About Self Regional Healthcare Foundation:
Self Regional Healthcare Foundation primarily funds health-related programs and projects atSelf Regional Healthcare, a not-for-profit, regional referral hospital that provides care to residents of Greenwood, Abbeville, Laurens, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield and Newberry counties. Services include prevention and wellness, acute care and tertiary care services including cancer care, neurosurgery, heart and vascular surgery, NICU, orthopedics and genetics. Self Medical Group is its employed physician affiliate network of 25 practices and more than 75 physicians.
At their board meeting on August 20, Self Regional Healthcare Foundation was presented with a check totaling $150,000 from Greenwood Community Foundation. These funds, proceeds from the 2015 Symetra Women’s Health Classic, will be used to support women’s healthcare initiatives at Self Regional Healthcare.
Pictured (from left): Ken Coffey, executive director of Self Regional Healthcare Foundation, Mark Kasper, president and CEO of Greenwood County Community Foundation, Denise Medford, owner of the Links at Stoney Point, Jim Medford, chairman of Women’s Health Classic and owner of the Links at Stoney Point, and Chip Stockman, chairman of the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Trustees.