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NEOMED’s SOAR Student-run Free Clinic to Hold Golf Benefit

The SOAR Student-run Free Clinic (SRFC) will hold its inaugural Benefit Golf Outing May 25 with a shotgun start. The winner will receive a $400 prize. Other prizes will be given out during the event. The total cost of attendance is $260 for a four-person team, or $65 per person. Dinner, two drinks, a cart and 18 holes of golf are included in the cost.

The SOAR Student-run Free Clinic is located on Northeast Ohio Medical University’s campus. The free clinic services the Portage County community, providing no-cost health care to those in need. NEOMED students have volunteered more than 11,000 hours at the clinic since its opening in fall 2016.

WHAT: SOAR Student-run Free Clinic Golf Benefit
WHERE: Raccoon Hill Golf Club, 485 Judson Rd., Kent, OH 44240
WHEN: Saturday, May 25 at 2 p.m.

To purchase tickets to the event, visit All proceeds of the Benefit Golf Outing will go to helping the free clinic continue its mission to help the medically underserved of Portage County. To learn more about the free clinic, as well as upcoming clinic dates, visit

This event is open to the public.

About Northeast Ohio Medical University
For more than 40 years, Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) has worked in collaboration with its educational, clinical and research partners to successfully train health professionals and medical researchers who serve and impact the region and beyond. The University trains students in a team-based, interprofessional environment and offers Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) and Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degrees, in addition to master’s and doctoral degrees and research opportunities in other medical areas.