Critical Care organizations collecting toys for UNM Children's Hospital

The Critical Care Student Organization is working with the UNM Center for Surgical Critical Care, the Society of Critical Care Medicine New Mexico Chapter and Toys for Tots to collect new, unwrapped toys for in-hospital UNM pediatric patients. On December 6, marines will be collecting the boxes in their dress blues and distributing the toys to our patients at UNMH. A donation box is set-up in the Basic Medical Sciences Building (BMSB) lobby.

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