Doctors Care Gives Back Over $10,000 to SC Schools

December 4, 2007

COLUMBIA, SC – December 4, 2007 – Irmo High School received a $660 check from Doctors Care in November – the largest contribution among 20 Midlands’ schools that participated in Doctors Care sports physical program.

Doctors Care has provided family care, including sports physicals at a special rate for many years. This year, to encourage participation by as many students as possible, Doctors Care made a financial contribution to participating schools when their student athletes got sports physicals in any of the Doctors Care centers across the state. Over 2,100 students representing 48 schools participated.

“We’re excited to give back to the schools in our community in such a tangible way,” said Dr. Michael Stout, President and CEO. “Our thanks to Time Warner, Comcast and Charter Media who teamed with us to get the word out. We hope to reach even more student athletes next year.”

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Additional Information: Doctors Care is a division of UCI Medical Affiliates, Inc. UCI Medical Affiliates, Inc. (UCI) is a Delaware corporation incorporated on August 25, 1982. Operating through its wholly-owned subsidiary, UCI Medical Affiliates of South Carolina, Inc. (UCI-SC), UCI provides nonmedical management and administrative services for a network of 59 freestanding medical centers, 58 of which are located throughout South Carolina and one is located in Knoxville, Tennessee (37 operating as Doctors Care in South Carolina, one as Doctors Care in Knoxville, Tennessee, 18 as Progressive Physical Therapy Services in South Carolina, one as Luberoff Pediatrics in South Carolina, one as Carolina Orthopedic & Sports Medicine in South Carolina, and one as Doctors Wellness Center).

Pictured from left to right:
Eddie Walker, Principal, Irmo High School
Kelli Sturkie, Business Community and Relations Manger, Doctors Care
Robert Hanna, Athletic Director, Irmo High School