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PA Nepalese Guthi Association donates meals for health care workers

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The Pennsylvania Nepalese Guthi Association sponsored the donation of 100 meals for health care workers at Doylestown Health.

Provided by the Namaste Indian Bistro of Warminster, the meals were enjoyed by Associates in the Emergency Department, Cardiovascular ICU/IVU and ORs.

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick was on hand to show his support of health care workers as the meals were delivered to Doylestown Hospital on July 13.

“We are inspired by our community’s generosity,” said Jim Brexler, Doylestown Health president and CEO. “We are so grateful to the PA Nepalese Guthi Association and Global Horizon International for their thoughtful donation of meals for our hard-working clinical teams. We appreciate the support of Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick and recognize all of our community partners who have shared their appreciation for our mission to care for our community.”

Shamsul Huda, a friend of the Nepalese Guthi Association, is a former patient of Dr. Joseph Auteri, chief, cardiac surgery and medical director, The Richard A. Reif Heart Institute. Huda helped organize the food donation and delivery along with Bharat Rawal, owner of Namaste Indian Bistro and Bimal Moktan, owner of The Persian Grill and founder of the PA Nepalese Guthi Association.

“We are grateful to be able to express our gratitude for the selfless work your hospital employees are providing to our communities during the seemingly relentless COVID-19 pandemic,” said Huda, CEO, Global Horizon International. “We were thankful to U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick who accompanied us.”


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