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MetroWest Medical Center Donates Coats and Cold Weather Gear

Jan 13, 2020
MetroWest Medical Center Employees Collect Coats and Accessories for The Home for Little Wanderers

Coat DriveMetroWest Medical Center donates dozens of coats and other cold-weather accessories to The Home for Little Wanderers. Employees, visitors and patients generously gave these items to the cause. Children and young adults from ages 0-22 years of age will receive these donations. 

For more information, please contact PR Manager Rhiana Sherwood at 508-308-1969, or . We Want To Hear From You! Have a health-related story in mind? Contact MetroWest Medical Center PR Manager Rhiana Sherwood at 508-308-1969 or

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