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Virginia Drug Card and United Networks of America Help Support Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU
(Pictured Left to Right) Rachel Bruni, Executive Director, CMN & Temara Parson, Regional Representative, Virginia Drug Card
What better way to start a week than presenting a big check to a local children’s hospital. On Monday, February 25, 2019, Virginia Drug Card had the opportunity to visit Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU and present CMN director, Rachel Bruni, with a check for $10,734.90. Year round, Virginia Drug Card donates to local CMN hospitals each time the card is utilized at the pharmacy. Our donation dollars, in conjunction with many others, help provide not only medically necessary equipment and supplies but also helps provide amenities like libraries and activity centers for patients and their families. Get involved by sharing the Virginia Drug Card with your loved ones!
Since 2015, the United Networks of America partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised over $2.4 million dollars for local children’s hospitals. Of this, $10,734.905 has been raised for Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU.
ABOUT UNITED NETWORKS OF AMERICA
United Networks of America is one of the largest providers of value added managed care products and services in the United States. Since 1993, United Networks of America has continued to grow its network to more than 240,000 participating providers serving more than 120.1 million members across the United States of America, Puerto Rico, Guam, and U.S. Virgin Islands. The diverse membership base is a testament to the versatility and value of those networks. United Networks of America clients include TPA’s, insurance companies, associations, universities, federal and state governments, school systems, large employers, among others. Each year, United Networks of America programs continue to receive the highest rankings in the country among value added programs. For more information on United Networks of America please click here