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American Red Cross Receives $10,000 Donation from TeamHealth

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On Tuesday, February 3, the American Red Cross received a $10,000 donation from TeamHealth to support its humanitarian services. The check was presented by TeamHealth president and CEO, Michael D. Snow at the TeamHealth home office in Knoxville, Tenn. The donation stems from TeamHealth’s 2014 holiday card campaign. Recipients of the annual TeamHealth holiday card were directed to a special website,, where they could vote for an organization to receive a $10,000 donation. The American Red Cross garnered the most votes during the 2014 campaign.

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At TeamHealth (NYSE: TMH), our purpose is to perfect our physicians’ ability to practice medicine, every day, in everything we do. Through our more than 14,000 affiliated physicians and advanced practice clinicians, TeamHealth offers outsourced emergency medicine, hospital medicine, anesthesia, urgent care, orthopedic hospitalist, acute care surgery, obstetrics and gynecology hospitalist and medical call center solutions to approximately 1,000 civilian and military hospitals, clinics and physician groups nationwide. Our philosophy is as simple as our goal is singular: we believe better experiences for physicians lead to better outcomes—for patients, hospital partners and physicians alike. Join our team; we value and empower clinicians. Partner with us; we deliver on our promises. Learn more at

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