Allen Broome, Pharm.D., director of health system pharmacy at USA Health, said that residency training benefits the profession long term and expands the ability to care for current and future patients.
About the Event
The Hope Cup Golf Tournament, presented by Springhill Toyota, is a four-person scramble benefiting the Melanoma and Skin Cancer Endowment at the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute. Join us on Thursday, May 27, at the Country Club of Mobile. Player check-in starts at 8:30 a.m., and tee-off is at 10 a.m. Team entry includes cart and green fees, Peter Millar gift card valued at $100, a Hope Cup branded towel, morning snacks, and lunch from the grill between holes 9 and 10. All tournament players are invited to attend the Lexus of Mobile post-tournament reception on the patio. Prizes will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place teams, as well as winners of the proximity and putting contests.
As a leader in COVID-19 testing and vaccinations for our community, USA and USA Health are committed to your health and safety. Social distancing guidelines and the use of face coverings per the University of South Alabama's reopening guidelines will be adhered to. Participants will be required to answer a series of questions regarding COVID-19 exposure. Guidelines are subject to change.
Proceeds will benefit the Melanoma and Skin Cancer Endowment at the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute. The tournament is held in May to bring awareness to Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Register your team and secure your sponsorship before it's too late!
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