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Nov 25, 2019

IMA Urgent Care and Primary Care Patients Donate to Middletown Helps Its Own

IMA Urgent Care/Hazlet Family care’s staff

IMA Urgent Care and Primary Care patients generously donated more than 1,500 non-perishable food items to Middletown Helps Its Own. Patients donated both Thanksgiving non-perishable food items as well as pantry staples that will stock the pantries of several Middletown families.

“It always amazes us how generous our patients are,” IMA’s Dr. Roger Thompson said. “IMA is locally owned, and we like to support local charities such as Middletown Helps Its Own. We know that all the donations our patients provide are making a direct impact on local families through Middletown Helps Its Own.”

Since 1964, Middletown Helps Its Own has been providing both food and emergency assistance to Middletown residents. Middletown Helps Its Own is an all-volunteer organization that provides more than 600 holiday baskets to neighbors in need each year.

IMA Urgent Care Centers were created more than 20 years ago by local doctors as an alternative to the hospital emergency room for minor emergencies as well as acute and chronic illnesses. IMA Urgent Care Centers accept most forms of insurance and IMA patients and non-IMA patients alike. IMA Urgent Care Centers are open seven days a week for walk-in appointments. IMA operates seven primary care offices located in Shrewsbury, Middletown and Hazlet.

John Haddad and the staff of Chapel Hill Family Medicine getting their donations ready to drop off

The staff of Red Bank Family Medicine with donations

The staff of Red Bank Medical with donations

IMA Urgent Care – Shrewsbury’s office manager Angela loading the car with donations

Middletown Helps Its Own volunteers collecting and sorting food donations