OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect communities across the globe, KFOR is honoring our ‘Superheroes in Scrubs.’
KFOR and Accident Care and Treatment Center are honoring Tammy Foster.
Foster is a registered nurse at the William S. Key Correctional Facility at Fort Supply. She has worked there for six years to care for the staff and prisoners at the center. She has even taken on extra responsibilities since the start of the pandemic to make sure everyone gets the care they need.
Click below to nominate a ‘Superhero in Scrubs’.
Accident Care and Treatment Center is a proud sponsor of Superheroes in Scrubs on Oklahoma’s News 4.
For over two decades, Accident Care & Treatment Center, Inc. has been Oklahoma City’s leader in experience and effective medical care for auto-accident injuries. Our medical doctors focus exclusively on auto injuries and have developed the area’s most complete medical injury treatment program for auto accident related injuries. All our services including doctors check ups, imaging, and physical therapy are in one location so you won’t have to drive all over town to get the treatment you need. We also offer same day appointments, walk-ins, no up-front out-of-pocket, and health insurance is not required! Get back to your life faster with Accident Care and Treatment Center, Inc.
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