Walking Warriors

  • Thursday, June 6, 2013


Select Health of South Carolina’s “Walking Warriors,” led by its First Choice Bright Start prenatal Medicaid initiative that averages more than 1,000 births each month, rallied in support of the Lowcountry March of Dimes’ March for Babies, raising $2,504 to help prevent premature births, birth defects and infant mortality. Matching funds from Select Health increased the total donation to $5,004. From left, Select Health associates Joel Baumgardner, tech support supervisor and “Walking Warriors” team leader, Summerville resident Tammy Richardson, manager of maternal/NICU care management, Bright Start, presented their donation to Meredith Goodwin Repik, executive director, March of Dimes.


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