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Connectus Health providing food, supplies to Middle Tennessee during coronavirus pandemic

In partnership with nonprofits Second Harvest and Nashville Diaper Connection, Connectus Health is donating nonperishable food items, hygiene products and diapers at two of its Middle Tennessee clinics for those dealing with hardships brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.

“At Connectus, we strive to serve as a healthcare home for every single Nashvillian in need, and Second Harvest’s mission aligns perfectly with ours,” Connectus Health Co-CEO Suzanne Hurley said in a release. Latest Nashville News “We feel so lucky to have this partnership with them and do our part in alleviating food insecurity in our community.”

The clinics’ pantries are stocked with food items, such as soup, rice, cereal and pasta, along with hygiene products, such as toothpasfte, soap and deodorant.

For those wishing to pick up supplies or visit the clinics, Connectus asks that they call ahead at 615-292-9770 to ensure that a staff member is able to meet them.



Supplies are available for pick up Mon.-Thu. 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Vine Hill clinic, located at 601 Benton Ave., Nashville, or the clinic at Priest Lake, located at 2637 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville.

In addition to food and hygienic products, Connectus Health is also accepting new patients for pediatrics, midwifery, Press Release Distribution Service primary care, behavioral health services, hormone replacement therapy and transgender care, with financial counselors available to assist with securing health insurance coverage.

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