GREENBRIER CARE TO OFFER ASSISTANCE
TO FLOOD VICTIMS


White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. -- (June 25, 2016): Due to the increased need for medical attention as a result of the flooding throughout Greenbrier County and beyond, The Greenbrier will keep Greenbrier Care and The Greenbrier Clinic open for anybody who needs medical care.

Greenbrier Care, located on Kate's Mountain Road, across the street from The Greenbrier's main entrance, will be open 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily. The Greenbrier Clinic physicians will also come to Greenbrier Care, ensuring that at least three doctors are available to see patients at all times.

On Monday, Greenbrier Care will have 500 FREE tetanus vaccines for anyone affected by the flood as well as volunteers helping in the community. Transportation will be provided from Old White Motors to Greenbrier Care starting at 8:00am.

"We know there are a lot of people out there that need medical attention, and we want to be there to help," said Dr. Jill Justice, President of The Greenbrier and a physician at Greenbrier Care. "We welcome anybody that needs to see us and will be ready to give them the attention they need."

TO CONTACT GREENBRIER CARE, CALL 304-536-4870

 

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