LOCAL FOOTBALL STARS AID IN FIGHT AGAINST COVID19, DONATE MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO FAMILY MEDICINE PRACTICE
Moncks Corner, SC, May 22, 2020 - As the battle against the coronavirus wears on, two local football stars aid in the fight. Cousins, Andre and Bruce Ellington, donated n95 respiratory masks and provided lunch to the staff of Berkeley Family Practice, LLC. Andre along with other family members delivered the donation personally while Bruce joined in from FaceTime. Their donation and their time was well-received with praises and gratitude from the medical staff who continue to provide comprehensive primary care services to our community while balancing COVID19 threats.
Both football stars are Berkeley High School graduates. Andre played college football at Clemson University while Bruce played at University of South Carolina. Both went on to be drafted in the NFL and are currently free agents. The pair have a long history of giving back to their community including through their partnership, Ellington Elite Youth Football Camp. This free football camp for ages 6-16 typically takes place every summer at Berkeley High School but due to COVID19 has been postponed this year.
Berkeley Family Practice, LLC is a local and trusted family medicine practice serving the community since 1979. Recognized as a Patient-Centered Medical Home since 2015, this Moncks Corner clinic has 11 board-certified providers ready to care for you and your family. They offer in-clinic appointments as well as telemedicine appointments for all current patients. They have been able to quickly adapt to the evolving pandemic of COVID19 and offer two types of COVID19 testing:
As Berkeley Family Practice continues to provide medical care during this pandemic, the resources donated today by Andre and Bruce Ellington will be put to great use. Protecting our staff while implementing new processes and procedures to keep our patients safe and healthy is their utmost concern.
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