2018 Small Miracles Tournament
Tony Sherr | 2018 Small Miracles Tournament

Tony Sherr was an Event Chair for the 2018 Small Miracles Tournament

 

On May 7, more than 200 golfers joined with Einstein Healthcare Network for its 30th Anniversary Small Miracles Golf Tournament.

The tournament has so far raised over $295,000 to support the purchase of Super Tory neonatal patient simulators for Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia and Einstein Medical Center Montgomery. Before heading out to the course, golfers had the opportunity to see their gifts in action with a demonstration of Super Tory, which provides high fidelity simulation to teach medical professionals how to respond to emergencies and support critically ill babies in real-time.

Making the day even more special was the celebration of long-time Small Miracles sponsor Ronald A. Krancer and the Krancer Family. Einstein was proud to remember Ronald’s memory by naming the annual putting contest in his honor.

Thank you to all our golfers and sponsors for making our 30th anniversary so special!

This year’s Small Miracles Golf Tournament may be over, but you can still directly impact the lives of our smallest, most vulnerable patients and their families with your generous support.

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