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Golf tournament raises more than $236,000 for health care in Brampton

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June 14, 2022 - Media Releases

Photo: The 15th annual Osler Open: Brampton Invitational raised more than $236,000 in support of Brampton Civic Hospital and Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness.  Pictured L-R: Gia DeJulio, Osler Foundation Board Member; Patrick Hawkins, Osler Foundation Board Member; Shelagh Barry, Director, Community Giving, Osler Foundation; Steve Robison, First Vice-Chair, Osler Foundation Board; Ken Mayhew, President & CEO, Osler Foundation.

Golf tournament raises more than $236,000 for health care in Brampton

June 14, 2022, BRAMPTON – Under sunny skies, the 2022 Annual Osler Open: Brampton Invitational was a hole in one, with 144 golfers hitting the links in support of William Osler Health System Foundation (Osler Foundation). The sold-out event raised over $236,000 to help purchase critical surgical equipment for Brampton Civic Hospital and Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness (Peel Memorial). This was the 15th annual event, coinciding with the 15th anniversary of Brampton Civic Hospital, which opened its doors in 2007.

The tournament was hosted at The Pulpit Golf Club (The Pulpit), described as ‘one of Canada’s most intriguing private clubs’ located in Caledon Village. After a shotgun start, golfers enjoyed a day of scramble play on the beautiful and exciting course, followed by a cocktail reception.

“We’re so happy to be at The Pulpit for this milestone tournament,” said Ken Mayhew, President & CEO, William Osler Health System Foundation. “Fifteen years ago, the community stepped up to support the first annual Osler Open: Brampton Invitational to help build and equip Brampton Civic Hospital, transforming health care in our community, and today we again feel that familiar sense of excitement as we prepare to transform Peel Memorial into Brampton’s second hospital. As we look forward to a new hospital for our growing community, we are grateful for the continued support of our sponsors, golfers, donors and volunteers to help meet the ongoing need for critical equipment at both Brampton Civic Hospital and Peel Memorial.”

The communities that Osler hospitals serve have been among the hardest hit by COVID-19. As Osler works to gradually and safely resume normal operations, the funds raised at the Osler Open: Brampton Invitational will support the Build Back, Together campaign to purchase essential surgical equipment such as surgical tables, anesthesia gas machines, laparoscopes and camera heads, and an AV surgical integration system.

“As we continue to innovate to address the health care needs of the rapidly-growing Brampton area, the support of our community is more critical than ever,” said Dr. Frank Martino, Interim President & CEO, William Osler Health System. “On behalf of the patients we serve, I extend heartfelt thanks to the sponsors, golfers, volunteers and donors for your generous support of the Osler Open: Brampton Invitational.”

The Osler Open: Brampton Invitational Golf Tournament was made possible with generous support from presenting sponsors:  ARGO Development Corporation, Fieldgate Developments, Greenpark, Mosaik Homes, Paradise Developments, and TACC Developments.  

“We’re thrilled to support the Osler Open: Brampton Invitational for the second year,” says Aaron Wisson, Director of Development, ARGO Development Corporation. “Strong, healthy communities need great health

care, and we are proud to lend our support to ensure Osler can continue to provide the care we need, right here at home.”

Additional sponsorships were generously provided by Orlando Corporation, BVD Group, Ultimate Kronos Group, S. Robinson and Associates of RBC Dominion Securities and LiUNA! Local 183.

To support Osler Foundation, visit www.oslerfoundation.org.

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As Osler continues to grow to meet the increasing demands in one of the most diverse communities in Canada, funds will go towards the local hospital system’s greatest equipment and redevelopment needs, and help strengthen health care in the community for years to come.

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