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St. Luke's Monthly: November 2021

Hello to our wonderful community and happy November!


We have been administering vaccines like crazy and still have more! To qualify for a booster shot, you must have had your 2nd dose at least 6 months ago, work in healthcare, or have an immunosuppression. We are unable to mix Pfizer booster shots with Moderna or J&J at this time. If you would like your COVID-19 Pfizer 1st dose, 2nd dose, or booster shot, please call Sarah or Kylie at the front desk to receive a time slot.


Speaking of Sarah, we have a new receptionist! Sarah has an extensive background in healthcare as a caregiver and Army medic. We are so blessed that she found her way to our clinic. Please help us welcome Sarah to the front desk, and thank her for her service when you see her! Kylie will still be at the front desk on Fridays and will continue to write the monthly newsletter and post to social media.



The Tree of Hope is up! The tree is a small way that we can provide a cheerful holiday for our patients in need. When you come into the clinic, pick a tag off the tree to help a patient. Each tag has the patient's age and what they would like for Christmas. Please keep in mind that we have a price limit of $25 per individual. We must have all gifts returned by December 17, 2021.


Our food pantry is bare! We are looking for donations of non-perishable food items, especially those that are protein-packed. Please drop donations off at the front desk of the clinic. Thank you in advance!


Please help us welcome our new social worker Aensley to the St. Luke's family! We are so excited to have a full time social worker once again, and believe that Aensley is a fantastic addition to our organization. Read on for a quick Q&A with the newest member of our team!



1. What does our mission mean to you?

I resonate with our mission because the staff at St. Luke's truly emulates love and hope, which facilitates healing. Working here provides me with a sense of meaning and purpose, and a reason to come to work each day.


2. What do you like to do for fun?

I love spending time with my family, reading books and traveling.

3. What can you not live without?

Coffee

4. What would you like our patients to know about you?

I truly love helping people.


Thank you for your support of the mission and being the best community we could ask for. We are so thankful for each and every one of you. Have a great Thanksgiving and holiday season!

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