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News : Health Jun 24, 2011 - 7:57 AM


Ivan Lendl Golf Classic raises $121K

By Hospital for Special Care





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(Pictured L to R): Bruce Berlet, CTGolfer.com; John Jezowski, Senior Vice President, Relationship Manager, Webster Bank; Ivan Lendl; and Rick O’Brien, Regional President, Webster Bank, enjoyed a beautiful day of golf recently at the Wethersfield Country Club in support of Hospital for Special Care adaptive sports and therapeutic recreation programs.
he 16th Annual Hospital for Special Care Ivan Lendl Golf Classic, was recently held at the Wethersfield Country Club, and raised over $121,000 to support the hospital’s adaptive sports and therapeutic recreation programs for adults and children living with physical disabilities.

Funds raised at the tournament support the Hospital for Special Care Ivan Lendl Adaptive Sports Camp, held each August on the grounds of St. Joseph’s College in West Hartford. The camp, now in its 21st year, attracts young athletes and coaches from throughout the United States. Proceeds also support Hospital for Special Care (HSC)’s year-round adaptive sports program, which includes basketball, swimming, tennis, skiing, soccer and track and field.

Returning top corporate sponsors for 2011 were Downes Construction Company, Kaestle Boos Associates, The Tolland Fund and Webster Bank. The four sponsors have contributed more then $500,000 to the tournament over the last 16 years.

World tennis legend Ivan Lendl, for whom the tournament is named, was once again Hospital for Special Care’s guest of honor. Bob Maxon of NBC Connecticut served as Master of Ceremonies.

The Annual Lendl Award was presented to Webster Bank for its long-time partnership and shared vision with Hospital for Special Care. HSC Board Chairman Elizabeth Fumiatti, and her husband Victor, were honored for their outstanding volunteer service to the Hospital and the HSC Lendl Golf Classic Committee.

This year’s corporate sponsors also included All Waste, Carmody & Torrance, SEI Investments, Allscripts, Ambulance Service of Manchester, American Savings Foundation, BlumShapiro, Lincoln Financial Group and Robinson & Cole.

Hospital for Special Care (HSC), with locations in New Britain and Hartford, Connecticut, is the only long-term acute-care hospital in the nation serving adults and children. HSC is nationally recognized for advanced care and rehabilitation in the highly specialized areas of pulmonary care, acquired brain injury, medically-complex pediatrics, neuromuscular disorders and spinal cord injury.

Responding to the needs of a rising patient population, HSC now leads the state by recently opening the first Comprehensive Inpatient Heart Failure Unit in Connecticut.

To learn more about Hospital for Special Care, or the HSC Lendl Golf Classic, please visit www.hfsc.org, or call 860.832.6257.

About Hospital for Special Care:

As the only long-term acute-care hospital in the nation serving adults and children, Hospital for Special Care (HSC), located in New Britain and Hartford, Connecticut, is nationally recognized for advanced care and rehabilitation in the highly specialized areas of pulmonary care, acquired brain injury, medically-complex pediatrics, neuromuscular disorders, spinal cord injury, as well as inpatient comprehensive heart failure care. Hospital for Special Care operates inpatient and outpatient facilities serving Southern New England on a not-for-profit basis.

HSC is one of the ten largest, free-standing long-term acute care hospitals in the United States. Please visit www.hfsc.org for more information.




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