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Golf Tournament Raises Nearly $30,000 for to Benefit the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House

PALM COAST, Fla., October 25, 2018 — On Oct. 22, nearly 120 golfers came out for the 16th annual Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House Golf Tournament at the Hammock Dunes Links Course in Palm Coast.

Net proceeds from this shamble tournament totaled $28,000. These funds will support the eight-bed Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House, located on the campus of Florida Hospital Flagler. The Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House is the community’s most comprehensive hospice, offering acute, respite, home health and continuous care. No other hospice in Flagler County offers all four services.

“We are so appreciative of all the support today.  The funds raised will directly impact the ongoing care that the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House provides to our patients and their family members,” said John Subers, director of the Florida Hospital Flagler and Florida Hospital Hospice Care Foundations.

About Florida Hospital HospiceCare
Florida Hospital HospiceCare, a division of Florida Hospital Flagler and a member of Adventist Health System, is the area’s only faith-based, not-for-profit hospice organization accredited by The Joint Commission. Since 1996, Florida Hospital HospiceCare has provided life-affirming care to the residents of Volusia and Flagler counties facing life-limiting illnesses and injuries. With an interdisciplinary team of hospice-trained specialists, Florida Hospital HospiceCare provides services to patients, either in their own home, or in one of the Florida Hospital HospiceCare inpatients units designed for acute care. For more information on Florida Hospital HospiceCare, call our administrative office at 386-671-2138 or 1-800-404-1133 or visit www.floridahospitalhospice.org.

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On Oct. 22, nearly 120 golfers came out for the 16th annual Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House Golf Tournament at the Hammock Dunes Links Course in Palm Coast. Net proceeds from this shamble tournament totaled $28,000.