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Atlantic Hub Business Briefs, Sept. 9

Christina Caccamo of Red Bank, has been named the development coordinator for the Monmouth Day Care Center, Red Bank. Caccamo will be responsible for fundraising campaigns, special events and publicity that includes social media and website maintenance.

Before joining MDCC, Caccamo was the marketing and development associate for Family and Children’s Service Inc., Long Branch, where she assisted in managing the agency’s fundraising, marketing and public relations.

A graduate of Middletown South High School, Caccamo earned a Bachelor of Science degree in criminology at The College of New Jersey, Ewing.

“Fundraising and supporting nonprofit organizations in my community is something that is very important to me. I enjoy doing it professionally as well as supporting other organizations that are important to me in my personal time,” Cassamo said.


Central Jersey Urgent Care and My InstaDoc in Eatontown, Marlboro, Howell, Ocean, Somerset, Browns Mills, Monroe Township and Green Brook has achieved accreditation through the Urgent Care Association, which is the highest level of distinction for urgent care centers.

Central New Jersey Urgent Care and My InstaDoc centers provide patients with walk-in, extended-hour medical attention with licensed providers for a large scope of medical conditions and have met all of the Urgent Care Association’s established standards and criteria for quality of patient care, safety and scope of services.

Central Jersey Urgent Care and My InstaDoc serve adult and pediatric patients. For hours of operation and addresses for center locations, visit cjurgentcare.com


For the past three years, Pam Miller, RN, the director of nursing at the Mount Laurel office of Preferred Home Health Care & Nursing Services, with headquarters in Eatontown, has been creating blankets for the homeless from plastic bags.

Miller cuts plastic strips from the bags and then crochets the strips into blankets. It takes about 900 bags to make one blanket. Miller is asking everyone to donate clean plastic bags no matter their condition.

A drop box for plastic bags is at Preferred’s location in Eatontown. For more information about donating plastic bags, email Lisa Gallicchio at lisa@preferredcares.com or call 732-547-9886.


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