Dr. Harrison’s Team Ties for 1st Place at the 23rd Annual Simas/Fly Memorial Tournament

We couldn’t have asked for a better day. The weather was perfect. We had a great turnout,” said Marian Medical Center President Chuck Cova. “Now that our capital improvement campaign is pretty well wrapped up, we’ve gone back to dedicating the money raised here by the Marian Foundation to specific departments.”

This year, the proceeds will benefit Marian’s Robotic Surgery Program and the unit’s da Vinci Robotic Surgery System.

“We have a five year commitment to fund this department,” said Dr. Christopher Johnson, the Medical Director of the Robotic Surgery Department and the co-chairman of the 2012 Simas/Fly Tournament.

“It was a gorgeous day today. The weather was perfect. It’s for a good cause — that’s why I’m here,” said Harrison.

Harrison, it should be noted, won a CIF Northern Section golf championship in his senior year in high school in the Sacramento area. He was also a member of the UC San Diego golf team in college.

“There’s a lot more job security in medicine than there is on golf,” said Harrison, a cardiologist. “If you’re not in the top 130 in golf — you’re out.”

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