As a non-profit health care organization, Inspira Health relies heavily on these philanthropic efforts to serve the South Jersey community. This year, Inspira’s fundraising arm, Inspira Health Foundation, has focused its efforts on helping the community respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Gary Galloway, chair of the Inspira Foundation Board, tees off during the tournament. Nearly 200 golfers participated on two courses at the Seaview Hotel & Golf Club.
GALLOWAY, NJ – Nearly 200 golfers showed their support for Inspira Health Foundation during challenging times by teeing off in the Foundation’s annual Golf Tournament, presented by Archer Law, at Seaview Hotel & Golf Club in Galloway on September 9. Required health and safety protocols were in place at the event. The Tournament raised more than $200,000 to help support the health and wellness of South Jersey communities.
“As our community navigates challenging times, our annual Golf Tournament serves as a much-needed opportunity for our supporters to enjoy a day of golf and friendly competition,” said Gary Galloway, Inspira Foundation Board of Trustees Chair. “Community support will help us recover from this pandemic; the funds raised by this tournament help us provide our community members the highest quality health care and improve the lives of all we serve.”
“The coronavirus has changed much of how we work, play and interact,” said Christopher R. Gibson, President of Archer Law. “It’s nice to know in times of crisis, the community can still come together to support quality health care services for South Jersey residents, and we are proud to support Inspira Health Foundation.”
(Left to Right) Amy Mansue, president and CEO of Inspira Health, is joined by tournament participants Allison Davidson and Joan Marron, both of Morgan Stanley.
Some of the event’s top sponsors included:
Inspira Medical Staff Vineland/Bridgeton/Elmer
Scalfo Electric, Inc.
Center for Family Guidance
RFP Solutions, Inc.
Aon Risk Solutions
Concord Advisory Group
The tournament’s winners are:
FIRST PLACE: Tom Martino, Ryan Nolan, Michael Brosh, Robin Adams (-12)
SECOND PLACE: Jerry Covella, Kiritkumar Parmar, Sanjay Bhendwal (-10)
THIRD PLACE: Todd Moore, Joe Volpe, Brian Tomlin, Tom Brady (-8)
WOMEN'S LONGEST DRIVE: Robin Adams
MEN'S LONGEST DRIVE: David Mazowski
FIRST PLACE: Ralph Portnoy, Andy Aronson, Corey Katzen (-11)
SECOND PLACE: Don Saleski, Chris Farrell, Tim Kerr, Todd Fedoruk (-10 won tiebreaker)
THIRD PLACE: John DiAngelo, Tom Baldosaro, Nauveed Iqbal, Michael Sorelle (-10)
WOMEN'S LONGEST DRIVE: Martha Major
MEN'S LONGEST DRIVE: Eric Blazer
About Inspira Health Foundation:
Inspira Health Foundation is the fundraising entity of Inspira Health, a charitable nonprofit health care organization and a regional leader in physician training, with approximately 160 medical residents and fellows in nine nationally accredited specialty programs. The system, which traces its roots to 1899, comprises three hospitals, two comprehensive cancer centers, several multi-specialty health centers and a total of more than 150 access points. These include urgent care; outpatient imaging and rehabilitation; sleep medicine labs; cardiac testing facilities; digestive health and wound care centers; home care and hospice; and more than 35 primary and specialty physician practices in Gloucester, Cumberland, Salem, Camden and Atlantic counties.
Together with its medical staff of more than 1,300 physicians and other care providers, as well as more than 6,200 employees, Inspira Health provides evidence-based care to help each patient achieve the best possible outcome. Accredited by DNV Healthcare, the system’s clinical and support staffs are focused on providing quality care in a safe environment. For more information about Inspira Health, visit www.InspiraHealthNetwork.org or call 1-800-INSPIRA.