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New England Urgent Care personnel with Operation Christmas Child collection boxes.
(L-R) Front Desk Receptionist Debb, Registered Nurse Sonia, Front Desk Receptionist Joline, and Physician Assistant Anne with this year’s Operation Christmas Child donations.

Not only does the New England Urgent Care team provide quality care for their patients, but they also have a heart for giving. So, for the second year in a row, employees participated in the Operation Christmas Child ministry run by Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world.

New England Urgent Care front desk personnel, X-ray technicians, medical providers and office staff from each of its clinics in Bristol, Enfield, Manchester and West Hartford assembled 25 shoe boxes and filled them with toys and school supplies they personally donated.Each box also included a special note from the donor. New England Urgent Care donated$270 to cover the cost of shipping.

Luci and Debb are ready to deliver boxes!
Luci (background) and Debb load the car up for delivery to Rockville Baptist Church.

New England Urgent Care Registered Nurses Carlos Paulo and Kathy Williams coordinated the box collections. Lead X-ray Technician Luci Mastrangeli dropped them off to Rockville Baptist Church in Vernon just before Thanksgiving.

Luci Mastrangeli commented, “Our team has such a giving spirit. They really enjoyed participating again this year.I’m so thankful to have co-workers who truly care about their patients here in Connecticut and children everywhere.”

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