LRCC Hosts Golf Event to Promote Men’s Health
Monday, August 20 2012
On Saturday, September 15, Lakeland Regional Cancer Center is hosting “Tee it Up for Men’s Health” — a golf and health fair event in which men of all ages are invited to enjoy breakfast and learn from the center’s world-class physicians about a variety of topics to include: prostate health, exercise, sexual health, colon care and more. Then, participants will enjoy 18 holes of golf on us!
This free event will take place at Cleveland Heights Golf Course located at 2900 Buckingham Avenue in Lakeland. Registration takes place from 7:15 a.m. until 7:45 a.m., the breakfast and health fair are offered from 7:15-8:45 a.m., and the “shotgun” start is at 9 a.m.
Topics at the health fair include: bladder health with Graham Greene, MD; prostate health with Mark Bandyk, MD; kidney health with Frances Martin, MD; Erectile Dysfunction with G. Byron Hodge, Jr., MD; a blood pressure check with David Croteau, MD; and colorectal health with Helen Chan, MD. Attendees may also participate in a skin cancer screening with Manuel Molina, MD, and schedule a prostate screening for a later date. For more information about Lakeland Regional Cancer Center’s physician experts, go to www.LRMC.com/cancer-center.
To register for the health fair and round of golf, call (863) 687-1400. Participants must register by September 11. Space is limited.
Note: To enjoy a round of golf on us, participants must take part in LRCC’s health fair. While the breakfast and round of golf are free, participants must bring their own golf clubs. A golf cart will be provided at no cost. In order to take part in the health fair and breakfast, participants are not required to golf.