Golfers Support Comprehensive Cancer Program at Annual Charity Golf Classic

JUPITER, Fla. – On Monday, December 11, golfers had the incredible opportunity of playing three breathtaking courses. Jupiter Medical Center Foundation hosted the 39th Annual Charity Golf Classic, spanning from McArthur Golf Club in Hobe Sound to Old Marsh Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens and The Dye Preserve Golf Club in Jupiter.

Proceeds from the Annual Charity Golf Classic will benefit the Comprehensive Cancer Program at Jupiter Medical Center, which offers the latest treatment technology, paired with a team of highly specialized professionals, clinical research and world-class care. The hospital uses a patient-centered approach to cancer treatment, which focuses on coordinating every aspect of the patient’s care.

“As our area’s only nonprofit medical center, it is the generosity of people like those involved in this golf tournament that enables us to provide state-of-the-art technology and medical excellence,” said Liv Vesely, President of Jupiter Medical Center Foundation.

Support for this year’s event came from Presenting Sponsor, Roberta and Harvey Golub with the support of Old Marsh members; Tournament Chairman, Tom Fazio; Honorary Chairman, Brad Faxon; Tournament Sponsors, Lorraine and Kevin Boyle, Carlton Fields, Carolyn and Steve Haggerty, Knight Corporations, South Florida Ford Dealers, and Colleen and David Waters; and Corporate Sponsors, Peggy and Doug Briggs, The Chiapparone Family, Rosemary and Michael Laphen and many other corporate sponsors, underwriters and generous donors.

About Jupiter Medical Center Foundation

Since its founding in 1989, Jupiter Medical Center Foundation has empowered Jupiter Medical Center with the financial resources to reimagine the delivery of health and wellness to the region. Jupiter Medical Center Foundation, together with Jupiter Medical Center, is committed to transforming regional health care through leading-edge technology, patient-centered care and enhanced facilities. The Foundation has funded a number of major projects at Jupiter Medical Center, including the De George Pediatric Unit in partnership with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, the Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center, The Anderson Family Orthopedic & Spine Center, the Frank E. and Mary D. Walsh Robotic Surgery Program, and the Florence A. De George Pavilion.

As a leading, not-for-profit medical provider in the region, Jupiter Medical Center relies on philanthropic gifts to maintain patients’ well-being and quality of care, and Jupiter Medical Center Foundation is dedicated to securing this financial support in order to fulfill the mission of the organization. For more information, please visit

About Jupiter Medical Center

A not-for-profit, 327-bed, regional medical center, consisting of 207 private acute-care hospital beds, and 120 long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation and Hospice beds, Jupiter Medical Center is reimagining how to restore the community’s health and wellness. Award-winning physicians, world-class partnerships, and innovative techniques and technology enable Jupiter Medical Center to provide a broad range of services with specialty concentrations in cardiology, oncology, imaging, orthopedics and spine, digestive health, emergency and pediatric services, lung and thoracic, women’s health, weight management and men’s health.

Founded in 1979, Jupiter Medical Center has approximately 1,600 team members, 615 physicians and 640 volunteers. Jupiter Medical Center continues to perform in the top 10% of hospitals for patient quality and satisfaction. For more information on Jupiter Medical Center, please call 561-263-2234 or visit jupitermedcom.