Georgia Primary & Urgent Care, an affiliate of Rockdale Medical Center, donated 20 sharps containers to nurses at Newton County schools. According to Cheryl Raper, practice manager, the containers are used to dispose of needles and other biohazard materials.
“We know that schools have limited funds,” Raper said. “This is our way of helping to build community relationships and support the students and the schools in Newton County.”
The company also recently donated first aid and medical supplies to a schools.
“We truly appreciate this donation of sharps containers for our school clinics,” said RaNae Fendley, NCSS Director of Student Services. “This was very generous of Georgia Primary & Urgent Care. They are definitely a great supporter of our schools.”