Annapolis, May 31, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Former UCONN quarterback and NFL football hopeful, David Pindell, partnered with Chick-fil-A Annapolis to give back to local frontline workers. Through the partnership, staff members of Anne Arundel Medical Center’s J. Kent McNew Family Medical Center and Pathways facilities received lunch, free of charge. The J. Kent McNew Family Medical Center is AAMC’s stand-alone mental health facility that provides both inpatient and outpatient mental health services. Along with Pathways, AAMC’s substance use treatment center, the McNew Family Medical Center is part of AAMC’s integrated behavioral health campus.
Pindell met with Eric L. Anderson, MD, FAPA, medical director of the McNew Family Medical Center, and discussed the importance of mental health services in the community. Pindellknew that this was the appropriate time due to May being Mental Health Awareness Month.
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“We are very grateful for David Pindell and his partnership with Chick-fil-A for organizing a giveback focused on mental health,” said Eric Anderson, MD, medical director of the McNew Family Medical Center. “The mental health needs in our communities are ever-growing, especially now during a time in which we need to find new ways to support one another. As we observe Mental Health Awareness Month, we are finding new ways to serve and connect with our community, in our clean, safe state of the art facilities that are open and ready to welcome new patients in need of mental health care.”
The team from Chick-fil-A Annapolis was on hand to deliver the lunches and also thank Pindell for his donation. “We want to take this moment to give a huge thank you to former college football quarterback, David Pindell, who bought Chick-fil-A for the staff at the J. Kent McNew Family Medical Center today,” stated a Chick-fil-A representative. “Thanks David for caring for our community. Keep pursuing your NFL dreams. We are in this together,” continued Chick-fil-A. Today’s outreach displayed the continued dedication of Pindell to his community. For media inquiries regarding David Pindell, please contact Lamore Lifestyle Public Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org
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