Niagara Falls, NY — Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center (NFMMC) is pleased to announce the eagerly anticipated 32nd Annual Niagara Cup Classic golf tournament, scheduled for Monday, August 14. This year’s event will take place at the picturesque Niagara Frontier Golf Club in Youngstown, NY, offering participants a delightful day on the greens for a worthy cause.
Memorial is delighted to welcome back esteemed individuals as co-chairs of this year’s tournament. Michael Cardamone, D.C., of Cardamone Chiropractic, and David DeMizio of Copier Fax Business Technologies will once again lend their expertise and passion to make this year’s tournament an outstanding success.
The primary objective of the 2023 tournament is to raise funds for Memorial’s groundbreaking $2.4 million campaign. This campaign aims to acquire a state-of-the-art 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unit, which will be housed in a newly constructed center on Memorial’s tenth street campus.
The MRI Imaging Center of Niagara will play a critical role in providing patients across the region with access to higher quality scans and expedited diagnoses. As an essential component of population health, MRI scanning facilitates early cancer detection and other diseases at treatable stages. The acquisition of this advanced MRI unit will significantly contribute to reducing health disparities and ensuring that patients receive the appropriate treatments they need.
Sponsorship opportunities for the Niagara Cup Classic golf tournament are available, and we invite interested organizations to visit nfmmc.org/niagaracup<http://www.nfmmc.org/niagaracup> or call 716-278-4604 to secure their spot. By sponsoring the event, businesses can showcase their commitment to community health while enjoying a memorable day of golfing excellence.
ABOUT NIAGARA FALLS MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
Founded in 1895, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center (NFMMC) has a long tradition of serving the Niagara community. NFMMC’s hospital and primary stroke program are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care, and its primary care network is accredited by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. Memorial’s inpatient services include a cardiac/stroke unit, a medical–surgical unit, an ICU, a Labor and Delivery unit, and an Adult Inpatient Psychiatry unit, the only one of its kind in Niagara County. Memorial serves as a Center for Community Health by operating five primary care centers, a large outpatient adult mental health clinic, a Health Home, and several innovative community-based services. Thanks to a partnership with Catholic Health, Kaleida Health, and Erie County Medical Center, NFMMC operates the only cardiac catheterization laboratory in Niagara County. Memorial is also home to the Golisano Medical Oncology Center, which operates in collaboration with Roswell Park Comprehensive Care Center.