CompleteCare to Cover Payments for Federal Workers During Shutdown

CompleteCare to Cover Payments for Federal Workers During Shutdown

(South Jersey, January 23, 2019) CompleteCare Health Network is joining forces with other local businesses and organizations to help ease the burden many families are facing during the current government shutdown.

 

Starting today, CompleteCare will cover out-of-pocket costs incurred for government workers and their families at CompleteCare during the remainder of the shutdown. Those impacted should bring a government ID and present it to the receptionist at the time of visit.

 

“CompleteCare is always ready to help those who need it,” said J. Curtis Edwards, President and CEO of CompleteCare Health Network. “We offer services every day to those who cannot afford or gain access to high-quality healthcare and it will be no different as many of our community members face extreme hardships during this shutdown.”

 

CompleteCare offers primary medical, dental, mental health, women’s health and specialty care at locations throughout Cape May, Cumberland, and Gloucester County.

For more information or to schedule an appointment visit www.CompleteCareNJ.org.