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ARC lends a helping hand at the Central Texas Food Bank

Before the end of 2020, Austin Regional Clinic’s Population Health team volunteered at the Central Texas Food Bank.

Mary McGuire, Winonah Hoffman, Roxanne Flores, Amy Scott, Melanie Sais, Dalton Douglas, and Kim Garcia had a great time sorting, packing and moving food to help the Central Texas Food Bank nourish hungry people and lead the community in the fight against hunger.

Last year, the Central Texas Food Bank provided 39 million meals to our community. ARC is proud to be just a small part of that huge effort. Find out how you can get involved.

ARC Population Health provides a patient-centered model of health care through an organized system of communication and a proactive approach to care.

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