To honor Randall and Potter County first responders and start their day strong, Neighbors Emergency Center Amarillo will host a "Burritos for Badges" breakfast on Tuesday, March 28 from 8 - 10 A.M.
Amarillo Police, Fire, EMS, and the Sheriff's Office for both counties will be provided a complimentary breakfast burrito and coffee, juice, or soft drink to fuel up for the day ahead. Neighbors Emergency Center Amarillo is located at 2105 South Western St., 79109. The center's telephone number is 806-353-3200.
Amarillo first responders will also tour the center, meet the Neighbors medical staff and learn more about the many services Neighbors Emergency Center Amarillo offers to patients. Neighbors will also donate Neighbors teddy bears for first responders to give to children they encounter while on duty who are in crisis situations.
Additionally, Neighbors Emergency Center Amarillo is an official rest stop for all local law enforcement agencies.
Neighbors' "Burritos for Badges" is a direct link with the company's values of having a genuine heart; a creative spark; being loyal to the communities we serve and a collaborative action delivered with a friendly, welcoming smile.
Neighbors Emergency Center, the leader in 24-hour emergency care, is a patient-centered, patient-driven healthcare company that focuses on personalized ER care with little wait time and no crowded waiting areas. Neighbors accepts most major private insurance and treats all adult and pediatric injuries and illnesses.
About Neighbors Emergency Center:
Neighbors Health, LLC. operates Neighbors Emergency Center, a series of 24-hour freestanding emergency centers, that provide personalized ER care that is dedicated to making lives better every day. This means providing unmatched medical care driven by compassion and respect with a focus on our patients and the community.
Neighbors' 31 Texas locations service many communities, including Houston, Austin, Lubbock, Wichita Falls, Odessa, and Midland with centers also in Colorado and Rhode Island.
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