Santa Claus is Coming to Texas Tech Physicians

The holiday season is here and Texas Tech Physicians will give the West Texas community the opportunity to meet and have photos taken with Santa Claus. As a part of the Texas Tech Physicians Holiday SPIRIT Canpaign Santa will visit from 3 to 5 p.m. December 5-9 at the Texas Tech Physicians Medical Pavilion first floor, 3601 Fourth St.

Donate five cans of food or $5 and receive a free digital photo with Santa. All proceeds will benefit the South Plains Food Bank.

“It is all in the spirit of the season. This is a great opportunity to have your family see Santa Claus and make a difference for the many members or our West Texas community that are in need,” said Steven L. Berk, M.D., TTUHSC executive vice president, provost and School of Medicine dean.

Texas Tech Physicians employees are contributing to the South Plains Food Bank through the Canpaign by bringing food donations throughout the week.

For more information, contact Jeff Hunter, director of marketing for the School of Medicine, at (806) 743-2143, ext. 228.

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