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Lower Bucks Hospital Donates Thanksgiving Meals to Those in Need

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  • Written By: Michelle Aliprantis, MBA Regional Director of Business Development, Marketing and Communications
Lower Bucks Hospital Donates Thanksgiving Meals to Those in Need

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Michelle Aliprantis, MBA

Director of Business Development, Marketing, and Communications

MAliprantis@primehealthcare.com

Lower Bucks Hospital Donates Thanksgiving Meals to Those in Need

In the spirit of the Thanksgiving season, Lower Bucks Hospital employees recently came together to donate Thanksgiving baskets and turkeys to local families in need this holiday season. Each basket was complete with all the fixings for a tasty Thanksgiving meal, including mashed potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, gravy, napkins, rolls, pastries, pies, winter gloves, blankets, hot chocolate, marshmallows, and a bottle of sparkling cider.

Lower Bucks Hospital connected with local agencies striving to improve the lives of others in the Bristol communities this season. The hospital adopted 19 families who will be receiving a Thanksgiving dinner and other gifts donated by the Hospital employees.

Lower Bucks Hospital would like to thank Action- Manufacturing Company for donating funds for the turkeys and their commitment to serving families in need. We also extend our thanks to Bristol Township, Bristol Borough, Bucks County Housing Authority, Bristol Township School District, Bristol Borough School District, and Bucks County Community College for their efforts in securing the families in need.

“We are honored to have donated turkeys and thanksgiving baskets to the local community this Thanksgiving season and providing dinner to many in the area,” said Michael Motte, chief executive officer of Lower Bucks Hospital. “We, at Lower Bucks Hospital, pride ourselves in supporting the communities we serve each and every day, especially during this time of giving.”

For most families, the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way they celebrate the holidays. For those struggling, donating a traditional Thanksgiving meal can help turn their holiday into a joyful one.

Motte added, “I am so grateful for the partnerships with our local organizations and we hope this initiative makes Thanksgiving a little bit brighter for our friends and neighbors.”

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About Lower Bucks Hospital: Lower Bucks Hospital is a community hospital, serving the Lower Bucks County region with medical, surgical, and emergency care. Located in historic Bristol, Pennsylvania, the Hospital is well-known for its knowledgeable medical staff, including cardiology, orthopedics, radiology, wound care, and general surgery. The hospital has more than 200 physicians on staff, as well as another 700 employees. As part of Prime Healthcare Services, headquartered in Ontario, California, Lower Bucks Hospital is focused on becoming one of the leaders in technology. Prime Healthcare is an award-winning hospital management company operating 45 acute care hospitals in 14 states, including Roxborough Memorial Hospital in Philadelphia, Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol, and Suburban Community Hospital in Montgomery County.

About Prime Healthcare and Prime Healthcare Foundation: Prime Healthcare is an award-winning health system operating 45 hospitals and more than 300 outpatient locations in 14 states, providing over 2.6 million patient visits annually. It is one of the nation’s leading health systems with nearly 50,000 employees and physicians dedicated to providing the highest quality healthcare. Fourteen of the Prime Healthcare hospitals are members of the Prime Healthcare Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity. Based in Ontario, California, Prime Healthcare is nationally recognized for award-winning quality care and has been named a Top 10 and Top 15 Health System by IBM Watson Health. Its hospitals have been named among the nation’s “100 Top Hospitals” 58 times and have received more Patient Safety Excellence Awards from Healthgrades than any other health system in the past six years. To learn more, please visit www.primehealthcare.com