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The Silver Cross Foundation raised $96,500 at the 26th Annual Charity Golf Classic. Held at Crystal Tree Country Club on June 26, 144 golfers came out to support Silver Cross Hospital.

Proceeds are going to the Campaign for Health: Investing in our Commitment to Excellence, a three year fund raising effort. This campaign will help fund programs, services, and medical technology used to care for patients.

Among the many donors and sponsors this year, Premier Level sponsors include:  Block Electric Company, Brown & Brown Insurance, Cerner, D’Arcy Buick – GMC, EM Strategies, First Community Financial Bank, First Midwest Bank, Illinois Spine & Scoliosis Center, Kurtz Ambulance Service, Low Voltage Solutions, Reed Construction and the Silver Cross Medical Staff and Spring Creek Nursing and Rehab. 

Photo Caption (r-l): Golf Outing Chairman Rudy Mahalik, Jr., presents Silver Cross President/CEO Paul Pawlak with a check for $96,500 raised at the Silver Cross Charity Golf Classic on June 276 at Crystal Tree Country Club in Orland Park to support the hospital’s Campaign for Health. 

“Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, golfers and event volunteers, we are able to continue to provide state-of-the art inpatient and outpatient care at the hospital and throughout the communities we serve,” said Larry Johnson, Vice President of the Silver Cross Foundation. 

For more information about the Silver Cross Charity Golf Classic, call the Silver Cross Foundation at (815) 300-7105. To make an online donation, visit

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Physicians on Silver Cross Hospital’s Medical Staff have expertise in their areas of practice to meet the needs of patients seeking their care.  These physicians are independent practitioners on the Medical Staff and are not the agents or employees of Silver Cross Hospital. They treat patients based upon their independent medical judgment and they bill patients separately for their services.