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Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee Partners with Shults Pediatrics to Open the 13th Milk Drop Depot

Knoxville, TN – Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee announces a formal partnership Shults Pediatrics to become the organization’s 13th Milk Drop Depot in the state. The Milk Drop Depot at Shults Pediatrics will provide a convenient place for pre-screened and approved milk donors to donate their frozen milk to Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee. Donations received at Shults Pediatrics will be transported to Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee ‘s facility in Murfreesboro, TN. Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit milk bank dedicated to providing safe, pasteurized donor human milk to the most vulnerable babies. The organization filters, mixes, bottles, pasteurizes and cultures donated breastmilk from approved donors before distributing the donor milk to neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) in Tennessee.

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