Samaritan Scramble

Samaritan Scramble

Join our commitment today to help train

tomorrow's doctors

Oregon's newest medical school will welcome its fourth class of future physicians in August 2014. Starting in 2015, the school will send more than 100 highly trained physicians out to care for a nation with a looming physician shortage.
This shortage will be felt especially in rural areas. That's what makes the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Northwest
(COMP–Northwest), operated by Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU), so significant.
WesternU opened the school on the Samaritan Health Sciences Campus in Lebanon, in partnership with Samaritan Health Services. This is part of a comprehensive strategy to address the growing demand for new physicians not only in our service area, but across the Pacific Northwest.

Taking that partnership even further, Samaritan has pledged $250,000 over five years to COMP-Northwest. Samaritan has contributed $200,000 toward that pledge thus far through the annual Samaritan Scramble golf tournaments, hosted by the Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation.

The LCH Foundation will host the fifth annual Samaritan Scramble golf tournament on Monday, July 28, 2014, with the goal of raising the final $50,000 to fulfill the pledge to COMP-Northwest. The tournament will be held at Mallard Creek Golf Course, 31966 Bellinger Scale Road, Lebanon.

Sponsorship opportunities are available as well. For registration, sponsorship or all other information, call the Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation at 541-451-6303.

Monday, July 28
Mallard Creek Golf Course,
31966 Bellinger Scale Road, Lebanon

Registration and driving range:          11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Lunch for players:                                Noon to 1 p.m.
Shotgun start:                                       1 p.m.
Dinner and awards:                              6 to 7 p.m.