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DHR Health Brownsville Hospital, A Pillar of Community Support at the Sombrero Festival

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The check handover was a moment of pride and solidarity among the attendees. Notable figures were present at the ceremony, including Charlie Abrego, a representative of the Sombrero Festival; Nancy Garcia, representing DHR Health Brownsville Hospital; Aida Coronado Garcia; and Neal Mathers, President of the 2024 Sombrero Festival. Courtesy Image
The check handover was a moment of pride and solidarity among the attendees. Notable figures were present at the ceremony, including Charlie Abrego, a representative of the Sombrero Festival; Nancy Garcia, representing DHR Health Brownsville Hospital; Aida Coronado Garcia; and Neal Mathers, President of the 2024 Sombrero Festival. Courtesy Image
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By Roberto Hugo González 

In an exciting display of community spirit and philanthropy, DHR Health Brownsville Hospital stepped into the limelight as a proud sponsor of the recent Sombrero Festival held in Washington Park, Brownsville. This sponsorship is the hospital’s support and commitment to fostering community well-being beyond the confines of its medical facilities.

The Sombrero Festival, celebrated alongside the historic Charro Days, is one of Cameron County’s most anticipated annual events. It draws people from all walks of life to come enjoy a rich diversity of culture, music, and friendship. The festival’s significance as a community gathering spot is unparalleled, making it the perfect platform for DHR Health Brownsville Hospital to demonstrate its dedication to the community’s health and vitality.

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Aida Coronado Garcia, the Chief Operating Officer of DHR Health Brownsville Hospital, was enthusiastic about the hospital’s involvement in the event. “We are more than just a hospital; we are part of this vibrant community. Supporting the Sombrero Festival is our way of giving back and showing we care not only about our patient’s health but also about our community’s cultural and social well-being,” she remarked.

The sponsorship was ceremoniously acknowledged with the presentation of a $10,000 check to the festival organizers. The check handover was a moment of pride and solidarity among the attendees. Notable figures were present at the ceremony, including Charlie Abrego, a representative of the Sombrero Festival; Nancy Garcia, representing DHR Health Brownsville Hospital; Aida Coronado Garcia; and Neal Mathers, President of the 2024 Sombrero Festival. This gesture emphasized the hospital’s significant contribution to the festival’s success and commitment to community engagement.

Located at 4750 North Expressway 77 / 83, DHR Health Brownsville is one of the newest additions to Cameron County’s healthcare landscape. The state-of-the-art facility boasts fifty-nine beds and is equipped with a 24/7/365 emergency room, an Intensive Care Unit, operating rooms, and Radiology Services for the public. This expansion of health services in the area reflects DHR Health’s mission to provide comprehensive, quality healthcare to the community.

Information about the services offered by DHR Health Brownsville Hospital is readily available by calling (956) 362-1100. The hospital’s sponsorship of the Sombrero Festival clearly indicates its dedication to the community’s physical health and cultural and social fabric. This event marks a significant milestone in the hospital’s ongoing efforts to exemplify support, care, and community engagement in Cameron County.

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