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Westlake Regional Hospital still meets medical needs

Confirmed by morning visit to Surgical Department on Tuesday, January 15, 2013, the Knights write

By Dick & Mary Knight

Dear Friends:

Since we moved to Adair County in 1994, Dick and I have had most of our medical needs met by local doctors - Dr. Giles, Dr. Korba and Dr. Bergin. We have had most of our procedures and tests done at Westlake Regional Hopsital.

We have always been impressed by these physicians and their staffs, and the hospital. We have found the hospital spotless, and all of the staff both skillful and compassionate.

After a morning spent in the Surgical Department on January 15, 2013, we can say the same thing. From Admissons to Surgery, we were met with kindness, concern and efficiency. The same high level of skill was there, along with the friendliness we have come to appreciate.

Our deepest thanks to everyone employed at Westlake Regional Hospital - and to all those working so hard to keep it open.

Sincerely yours, - Dick & Mary Knightt

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