Team Swan - Caleb Gieseke, Eric Swan, Tom Needham and Scott Swan triumphed in the 16th Annual Doc Randall Golf Outing.
The Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics Foundation hosted its 16th Annual Doc Randall Golf Outing on July 20 at the Hickory Grove Golf Course. The proceeds of the event provide needed equipment, programming, and support for Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics.
This year's event included 20 teams and raised over $15,000 towards the purchase of the Biodex Balance System for Rehab Services. The Biodex Balance System is a balance testing and training tool that helps improve balance, increase agility, and develop muscle tone, with a broad range of treatment options. It can be used for fall risk screening and conditioning, senior rehab, neurorehabilitation, sports medicine, concussion management, vestibular disorders and much more!
"We are appreciative of all those who supported the event in sponsorship and participation," shares Eric Swan, Foundation Director. "The Biodex Balance System will be a great addition to our rehab department taking care of a broad range of ages, from a high school athlete to a senior citizen needing a fall risk screening."
"The success of the outing would not be possible without the support of our generous sponsors and donors," shares Swan. The corporate sponsors for the event were ECI Healthcare, Gundersen Health System, Quarles and Brady, and Trust Point. There were also 22 other hole and flag sponsors who generously contributed to the success of the outing and can be noted in a thank you ad in this week's newspaper.
The Doc Randall Golf Outing is held in memory of Dr. E.M. Randall. Dr. Randall, like his father before him, was a pioneer of medical services in Boscobel. He was a valued member of the community, the Boscobel Area Health Care team, and an avid golfer.
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