Christian Rapper Brinson stopped by Orange Park Medical Center (OPMC) to donate hundreds of gifts for the hospitals pediatric and newborn patients. The donations ranged from diapers, bottles and clothes for new parents in need to books, puzzles and toys. Brinson visited five pediatric patients and presented the staff with coffee, sweets and treats to show his appreciation for their frontline work. This is the third year Brinson has made the donation, “and each year it gets larger and larger,” said OPMC Director Carrie Turansky. Brinson is a Jacksonville native and an award-winning Christian hip-hop artist. He has dedicated his ministry to serving families and hip-hop fans through his music and unashamed love for God. He is an ordained minister and has studied music business at Belmont University in Nashville. When his passions and gifts are used together, he creates music that edifies and reaches those who would otherwise be unreachable. He is the founder of GodChaserz Entertainment and Podcast entities (GCE) and has been able to facilitate more than 20 Christ centered hip-hop albums. He has traveled the globe spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. Shown is Brinson’s with Orange Park Medical Center pediatric staff and nurses.