LOS ANGELES (October 15, 2013) – Moorpark Health Care has always been dedicated to providing its community with quality care, and with the help of Process Green, they’ve taken it one step further by pairing up with a non-profit organization.
Moorpark Health Care, established in 2001 by Dr. Kodama and Dr. Vo, specializes in family practice, pediatrics and internal medicine. Since then, they have received the Best Medical Group in Ventura County given by Ventura Star in 2011. The staff of Moorpark Health Care is multilingual in Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic and English. Both doctors have chosen Boys and Girls Club of Moorpark as their non-profit organization to donate a portion of their funds to.
Boys and Girls Club offers a variety of services to young boys and girls such as character and leadership programs, education and career programs, and recreational activities.
“Boys and Girls Club provides kids a place to go do homework and play sports,” Thomas Vo explained.
Boys and Girls Club recognizes the importance that children play in our future society and are actively reaching out to the youth, to promote a better lifestyle and instilling good morals and habits. They also provide a sense of belonging and accountability, as well as a safe, affordable place for children during non-school hours and during the summer season.
Not only is Moorpark Health Care providing well-being to its clients, but also allowing the Boys and Girls Club to continue it’s various operations in the community through its donations. Through the use of Process Green’s merchant services, this partnership promotes children’s physical and mental health, to ensure their success in the years to come.
“Children are the future, and our foundation,” Vo said.
For more information about Moorpark Health Care, visit their website at moorparkcares.com.
To learn more about Boys and Girls Club, go to www.bgcmoorpark.org.
– Written by Julie Tofukuji