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Local Company Receives GOAL Achievement Award

Woodstock, GA – November 13, 2012 – NeoMed, Inc. has been awarded the GOAL Achievement Award by repre­sen­ta­tives of Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program, and Pinecrest Academy in Cumming, GA.

The GOAL Achievement Award recog­nizes a corpo­ra­tion that has made a signif­i­cant finan­cial invest­ment in the lives of Georgia chil­dren through a contri­bu­tion to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program.

Aaron Ingram, VP Manufacturing and Engineering, NeoMed; Hillary Sherman, Director of Accounting, NeoMed; Lisa Kelly, President GOAL Scholarship Program; Regina Gore, Annual Giving Coordinator, Pinecrest Academy

Aaron Ingram, VP Manufacturing and Engineering, NeoMed; Hillary Sherman, Director of Accounting, NeoMed; Lisa Kelly, President GOAL Scholarship Program; Regina Gore, Annual Giving Coordinator, Pinecrest Academy

NeoMed desig­nated its contri­bu­tion be used to provide schol­ar­ships for students from low and middle income fami­lies to attend Pinecrest Academy. The GOAL Achievement Award acknowl­edges NeoMed for providing Georgia parents with more options for the educa­tion of their chil­dren.

Regina Gore, Annual Giving Coordinator said, "We are so appre­cia­tive of the generosity of NeoMed. Their finan­cial invest­ment in Pinecrest Academy through GOAL has impacted the lives of many students desiring a private school educa­tion.”

Mrs. Gore explained that the mission of Pinecrest Academy is to: form Christian leaders who will trans­form society.

Lisa Kelly, Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program pres­i­dent said, “It is impor­tant for students to have the option of a private school that fits their needs if they can’t achieve their full poten­tial in their local public school. I am thankful to NeoMed for creating an oppor­tu­nity to improve educa­tional outcomes and to allow fami­lies to put their chil­dren on paths to success.”

Kelly explained that Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program, is the state’s leading student schol­ar­ship orga­ni­za­tion. Providing chil­dren throughout the Peach State with Greater Opportunities for Access to Learning (“GOAL”), the program has awarded more than 6,000 schol­ar­ships totaling more than $22.3 million since 2008.

NeoMed, Inc., formed in 2007, is a leading manu­fac­turer of neonatal feeding devices dedi­cated to enhancing patient safety. NeoMed is dedi­cated to supporting the clin­i­cian with a wide variety of clin­ical mate­rial that can be used to enhance patient care.