Senator Carper Visits Atracare

Senator Carper discussed healthcare needs in Sussex County with Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Lindsay Albanese.  In the background are plans for the new Mental Health Office that are opening in Lewes next month.
Posing for a photo opportunity with the three founding physicians of Atracare (l-r): Dr. Lindsay Albanese, Dr. Maria Childers, Senator Tom Carper, Dr. Catherine Deluca.
Senator Carper fist bumps Lashawn Tripp at the front desk with Caroline Maull smiling right next to her.
The Primary Care team is the backbone of preventative medicine.  Left to right is Martina Campbell, Bre Hastings, Senator Carper, Alexis Wharton, Lindsay Goff, and Dr. Catherine Deluca.

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