Working with the Norton Healthcare Foundation, Norton King’s Daughters’ Health will host its 2024 Golf Classic on Friday, May 24 at Belterra Golf Club. Featuring both morning and afternoon flights, the 2024 Golf Classic will benefit Emergency Medical Services. Put your team together and join us at Belterra Golf Club. Designed by legend Tom Fazio, this world-class championship course was ranked in the Top 20 casino golf courses in the United States by Golfweek. Created to highlight the natural surroundings, winding through lakes and with over 2,200 trees, this par 71 course challenges players of all skill levels.
Friday, May 24, 2024Belterra Golf Club777 Belterra Dr., Florence, INMorning Flight: 8 a.m.Afternoon Flight: 1 p.m.
Thank you to our event sponsor, Belterra Casino Resort, and to our team platinum sponsor, CareSource.
Serving more than 15,000 patients each year, Norton KDH provides emergency care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – including local ambulance services and helicopter transport in critical, life-saving situations. Responding swiftly to medical emergencies can be the difference between life and death, and requires highly trained personnel, state-of-the-art equipment and rapid response technology. By supporting this event, you are directly supporting our first responders and future advancements that will provide better accommodations to rest, study, train and prepare for the next 911 call.
We’re excited to announce the addition of an afternoon flight in 2024. All participants receive food, beverages and giveaways throughout the day. Each flight will finish with an awards ceremony and prizes for first, second and third place. Flights are filled on a first-come, first-serve bases. Please note: the Morning Flight is currently full. If you would like for your team to be added to the Morning Flight waiting list, contact Amanda Evans at (812) 801-0555. We still have plenty of team openings for the afternoon session.
Norton KDH is celebrating 125 years of serving residents in Southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky. Established in 1899, we have grown into a regional health center with an 86-bed acute care hospital, outpatient rehabilitation center, home health and hospice services, a Convenient Care Center and a cancer treatment center which is part of the Norton Cancer Institute. In 2022, Norton KDH joined Norton Healthcare, becoming Norton Healthcare’s sixth hospital, and its first outside of the Louisville, Kentucky area.
As a not-for-profit health care provider, Norton King’s Daughters’ Health relies on the generosity of the community to develop new programs and services, fund research and provide the quality of care our patients know and expect. This generosity includes financial support through our foundations, as well as volunteer efforts at our hospitals. The Norton Healthcare Foundation is the fundraising and charitable arm of Norton Healthcare. Since founding in 2004, the foundation has raised and distributed more than $92 million. We are excited to join together in support of Norton KDH and serve the residents of Southeastern Indiana and Northern Kentucky. Funds raised in the greater Madison area will support facilities, employees, patients and communities served by Norton KDH.
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