Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation
Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation hosts several annual events to support the hospital's many programs and community education.
Benefit Golf Tournament and Dinner
Friday, September 11, 2015
On Friday, September 11, 2015, Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation will host its 29th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament and Dinner at the beautiful Sierra View Country Club.
Proceeds from this year’s golf tournament will be help fund infusion therapy in our new comprehensive cancer center. In 2014 alone, Sutter Roseville Medical Center logged more than 30,000 patient visits for infusion therapy. In another eight years that number is expected to reach 37,000. The centerpiece of the new Sutter Roseville Cancer Center will be a consolidated Infusion Center that will house 43 treatment chairs. A single infusion session may last up to 10 hours, sometimes twice a week. With your support we can provide patient comfort beyond medicine, such as adjustable reclining chairs, blanket warmers, artwork and music, ambient lighting and other amenities that will make the time pass quickly and put patients at ease.
This shotgun-start tournament on Friday, September 11th is a full day of play including golf, lunch, dinner and great tee prizes. View information on the various Sponsorship Packages(opens in a new window) available. If you would like more information, please call (916) 887-7070 or e-mail the Foundation.
Light Up A Life
A meaningful way to begin the holiday season and honor the life of a loved one, the annual tribute tree lighting ceremony—usually held on the first Monday of December on the front lawn of Sutter Roseville Medical Center—benefits patients served by Sutter Hospice Roseville.
South Placer Professional Roundtable
To further promote sound estate planning practices among allied professionals, the SRMC Foundation Planned Giving Committee promotes the South Placer Professional Roundtable which features a speaker on the many aspects of estate planning and planned giving. Continuing education credits are given to attorneys, certified public accountants and investment professionals.