The Compass Winter 2019 - Page 7

Holden Lunsford from the Holt Lunsford Commercial team SPECIAL EVENT 18th Annual Grand Rounds Golf Tournament Grand Rounds raises more than $355,000 for graduate medical education. t the 18th annual Grand Rounds ® Golf Tournament, 213 golfers helped Baylor Scott & White As the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health has a legacy of educating and Dallas Foundation raise a record $355,000 training the future leaders in health care. in support of medical education at Baylor Philanthropic support of medical University Medical Center at Dallas. The education initiatives helps offset the rising tournament, presented by Bank of Texas, cost of educating tomorrow’s physicians. was held on October 21 at the Dallas The BSW Dallas Foundation has pledged Country Club. more than $3.5 million to fund educational Platinum sponsors included Dell Technologies, Holt Lunsford Commercial, programs in FY20. A recognized leader in the training of KDC Real Estate Development & medical professionals since 1903, Baylor Investments, The David B. Miller Family Dallas trains more than 260 residents and Foundation and Western Extrusions. Gold fellows in 40 specialties. The unique and sponsors this year included Cisco/General highly sought-after teaching environment Data Tech, Northern Trust Company, encompasses experience with a large and PlainsCapital Bank, Siemens Industry, Inc., diverse patient population. and Lorry and Patrick Wallace. “We are incredibly grateful to our 1. 2. In addition, Baylor Dallas joined forces with Texas A&M Health Science Center generous sponsors and donors who helped College of Medicine to establish a clinical make this the most successful year for our training program for 150 second-, third- tournament,” said Rowland K. Robinson, and fourth-year medical students. president of BSW Dallas Foundation. “Their support will help us secure the future of For more information about medical our community by training the best and education initiatives at Baylor Scott & White brightest minds to practice safe, quality, Dallas, contact Lynn Bohne at 214.820.4070 compassionate care.” or Lynn.Bohne@BSWHealth.org. 3. 1. (Left to right) Will Mundinger, Marcella Wildes and Brian Wildes 2. HKS Team (l to r): Nathan Golik, Brian McFarlane, Mark Fryar and Shane Mommers 3. Trek Resources Team (l to r): Staci Bowen, Tim Thompson and Wallace Rains 4. Bank of Texas Team (l to r): Jack Crews, Dave Hendrick, John Henry and Norm Bagwell 4. 7 THE COMPASS / BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE FOUNDATION NEWS / WINTER 2019