NeoHealth donates to Girl Scout Troop

NeoHealth recently donated supplies which allowed members of Girl Scout Troop 251 to assemble personal first aid kits. Present for the donation were, from left: NeoHealth Chief Operating Officer Crystal Steed, and Girl Scouts Avery Enlow, Lauren Kinsey, Anika Nagle, and Gracelynn Lee.

Northeastern Oklahoma Community Health Centers Inc. recently made a donation of first aid supplies to Girl Scout Troop 251.

The donation of supplies allowed the Girl Scouts the opportunity to earn their first aid badges.

"We really appreciate the donation and will use it to further better our world," said Girl Scout Cadette Anika Nagle.

Lauren Kinsey, Gracelynn Lee, and Avery Enlow, along with other scouts in Troop 251, also expressed their gratitude for the donation and how much they love being Girl Scouts.

"I love that the girls have established a sense of sisterhood with each other. They're learning to network not only with each other as they grow up and grow older, but also with others in the community. They get to reach out into communities, such as those aided by NeoHealth, as well as be able to connect and give back into the community and to each other," said Angela Lee, the main leader of Troop 251

NeoHealth provides health care to everyone. Medicare and Medicaid are accepted, as well as third-party insurance and private pay. Uninsured patients may qualify for a discount. New patients are welcome.

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