Nextera Healthcare donates primary care to benefit three local families in need
LONGMONT, Colo. (September 26, 2013) – Committed to improving population health in Colorado and beyond, Nextera Healthcare has granted each of three local nonprofit organizations, Longmont Meals on Wheels, HOPE and The Our Center, with one-year family memberships to its Direct Primary Care (DPC) program.
The Nextera Healthcare memberships will be awarded by each charity to families in need whose access to primary care has been restricted or inadequate. The donation from Nextera Healthcare, recognized as Colorado’s first DPC membership program, was announced by its founder, Dr. Clint Flanagan, during Longmont Oktoberfest on Saturday, Sept. 21. Nextera Healthcare is an annual sponsor of the event.
“Nothing is more gratifying than knowing our support of these organizations will actually make a tangible difference in the health of three families in our community,” says Dr. Flanagan. “With our recent weather events, this community needs all hands on deck, and Nextera Healthcare is proud to be part of that mobilization.”
In addition to sponsoring Longmont Oktoberfest, Nextera Healthcare is a recognized contributor to numerous charitable organizations, including A Woman’s Work and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Generosity in the form of time, treasure and talent has been a cornerstone of Nextera Healthcare since it started offering memberships in 2011, one of the many reasons the company has been widely embraced by the community.
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