Royal Montreal Golf Club

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament

Join us for the 21st edition of the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament held on Monday, September 11, 2017 at the Royal Montreal Golf Club.

Proceeds from the tournament will go to the new chair in pediatric surgery.

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Raffle

Win a pair of tickets for the 2017-2018 season!


This year, a lucky winner will go home with a pair of tickets for the 2017-2018 hockey season. Raffle tickets cost $100 each and a maximum of 1 000 tickets will be sold. You can purchase raffle tickets even if you do not attend the Golf Tournament. Thank you to Pembroke, our raffle sponsor !

Season tickets : Section 120 / Row H / Seats 15 and 16

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Learn more

To learn more about the event, please contact Anne Lassonde at alas@mchf.com or 514-934-4846.


The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament commitee's major accomplishments

Since 1997, funds raised by the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament have supported a host of projects like those listed below, that have helped attract and retain expert talent at the Children’s, and transformed care for young patients.

The Hugh G. Hallward Chair in Pediatric Surgical Research

Hugh Hallward

In 1997, the late Hugh G. Hallward co-founded the MCHF Golf Tournament to support excellence in pediatric care at the Children’s by raising money to help attract and retain the best and brightest medical talent. To honour and continue Hugh’s tradition of supporting outstanding medical professionals, the organizing committee of the MCHF Golf Tournament has chosen to create the Hugh Hallward Chair in Pediatric Surgical Research in 2015.

The Hugh G. Hallward Chair provides key resources that wouldn’t otherwise be available, from grant writing to technical support, to conduct research with the potential to be used in a clinical setting quickly and effectively, within a generation.

Wendy MacDonald

The Wendy MacDonald Chair for pediatric medical education

Like its namesake, this endowed Chair is dedicated to medical education in child health. Situated academically within the Department of Pediatrics, with a cross-appointment in Education, the chair will be held by an individual with a scholarly background in education who would apply their expertise to advance the education of health professionals as it relates to child health. Spheres of involvement include; curriculum development, the systematic evaluation of the impact of educational approaches and innovation, continuing education, the application of novel technologies to education, and knowledge translation.

The Tony Dobell Chair in Pediatric Surgery

Held by one of Canada’s top cardiovascular surgeons, Dr. Christo Tchervenkov, the Tony Dobell Chair has given the Children’s the expertise to treat the most complex of heart problems in even the tiniest of patients. Dr. Tchervenkov has performed countless lifesaving open heart surgeries, frequently on premature newborns. He treated Vincent Lambert who, after 10 months on a mechanical heart, received a transplant and recovered in record time. Read more about the Tony Dobell Chair in pediatric surgery here.

Fellowships

Funds raised by the Tournament have allowed the Children’s to offer a surgical fellowship, drawing young and outstanding talent to the Hospital. A former beneficiary of a MCHF Golf Tournament-funded fellowship is Dr. Mirko Gilardino. Since completing his fellowship at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Dr. Gilardino returned to Montreal where he is Director of Craniofacial Surgery at the Children's. His expertise in this field is sought after far and wide and has positioned the hospital as a leader in craniofacial treatment.

Visiting lectureships

Remaining at the forefront of the latest medical advancements in specialized care means exchanging expertise with other global pioneers in the fields. Funds from the MCHF Golf Tournament were used to establish a visiting lectureship series, bringing leading surgeons from across the continent to visit the Children’s and share their knowledge. Specialists from Harvard Medical School, the University of California, San Francisco, and Toronto’s SickKids Hospital are among those who have shared their talent with our staff.

The Dorothy Williams Chair in Pediatric Surgery

A renowned neurosurgeon in his field, Dr. Jean-Pierre Farmer is a true crusader for The Children’s. Under his leadership, The Children’s acquired Canada’s first pediatric Intra-Operative MRI, used during brain surgery to allow surgeons to better identify tumours and reduce the risk of multiple brain surgeries for young patients who often face the worst. Dr. Farmer currently holds the Dorothy Williams Chair in Pediatric Surgery, a chair established through Golf Tournament funding. This chair ensures that Dr. Farmer has the resources to continue to innovate for the benefit of our young patients.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Chairman : Mark Pathy
  • George Antypas
  • Phil Dixon
  • Dr. Jean-Pierre Farmer
  • Scott Jones
  • Stuart Korne
  • Ray Lacharite
  • François Laurin
  • Peter Morton
  • Andrew Parsons
  • Greg Rokos
  • Marc Tremblay
  • Michael Whitworth

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Terms and conditions

Prize:
Season's tickets for two (2) for the 2017-2018 hockey season - $12,500
Section 120, Row H, Seats 15-16

Ticket price: $100
Number of tickets: 1,000
Numbered from 0001 to 1000
Raffle: September 11, 2017 – 8:30 PM at the 21st edition of the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament held at the Royal Montreal Golf Club, 25 South Ridge Road, Chemin South Ridge, Montréal, QC H9E 1B3

The winner can claim their prize at :
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation
1, Place Alexis Nihon
1420-3400, de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal, QC
H3Z 3B8
514 934-4846

The prize must be claimed before October 12, 2017, 11:59 PM
Raffle licence: 425256-1
The playoff tickets are not included in this prize, but can be purchased by the winner

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Children’s Hospital Foundation

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