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T.J. Health Columbia Behavioral Unit ribbon cutting today

T.J, Health/Columbia, invites the public to a ribbon cutting celebrating the opening of the T.J. Health Columbia, at the hospital, 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY, at 9amCT, today, Tuesday, May 10, 2016. Later in the day, at the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce's regular monthly meeting at 11:45amCT, Bud Wethington, CEO, T.J. Health Columibia, will be the featured speaker at the chamber's regular monthly meeting at Anderson's Pizzeria, 1411Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY.

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Hospital official opening marked with ribbon cutting ceremony

2016-05-11 - 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Diana Withers.
T.J. Health Columbia CEO Bud Wethington (holding the scissors) was joined by his healthcare team, city and county officials, Columbia/Adair County Chamber members and President Ellen Zornes for the official ribbon cutting ceremony declaring the hospital open for business. CEO Wethington gave an overview at the Chamber luncheon later detailing the future opportunities for all, along with challenges the local hospital still faces.

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