George Rozsa Golf Classic to benefit patient programs at Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers

For the past 21 years, the George Rozsa Golf Classic has embodied the mission and vision of Dignity Health by allowing our community partners and leaders to make a difference in the lives of many East Valley residents who have received medical care at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, or have benefitted from the Community Outreach programs and services Dignity Health offers.
George Rozsa received care from Chandler Regional. And, as an expression of gratitude for the humankindness he received from his care team, he gathered a group of friends together at the golf course to raise funds for his favorite charity. This event has now taken place for more than 21 years and touched thousands of lives. The funds raised from this event have surpassed $2 million and have been put to use meeting the greatest needs of our hospitals, including purchasing new medical equipment, funding community programs like our athletic trainers, and providing medical training for staff. It’s truly a testament to what a difference can be made by one person.
George and his wife have both passed on, however, his family and friends remain dedicated to bringing quality health care to our East Valley communities, especially to those in need. 

Santé presents
21st annual George Rozsa Golf Classic
Tuesday, April 11, 2023
Whirlwind Golf Club
10 a.m. shotgun tee
3 p.m. Golf Reception
Please consider providing an item or gift card to your business to support the prizes and awards provided at the 21st annual George Rozsa Golf Classic. Your donation offers your company great exposure and to our community partners and other like-minded philanthropic companies—all while supporting two very worthy hospitals.
For further questions or more information, contact the Dignity Health Foundation East Valley office at 480-728-3931. You may also visit the website,
We look forward to your support and participation as we celebrate 21 years of the impact of one man has had on the health of our community.