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WRH CEO Rick Brown brings good news from hospital

2011-03-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public SQ, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Rick Brown, interim CEO at Westlake Regional Hospital, gave a very brief but encouraging report on the hospital at the Tuesday, March 8, 2011, regular session of Adair County Fiscal Court. Brown said that the Hospital now can offer Physical Therapy through an arrangement with a local home health agency. He said that his company's assessment of the hospital is nearly complete and should be ready for the March meeting of the Adair County Hospital Board. He said that a Human Resources Director is being hired and that new services are planned for the area. He told the court that the biggest resource is the hospital's dedicated doctors and staff. "The employees at Westlake are absolutely fantastic. They treat patients like they are members of their own families," and added, "Nothing is more important in a hospital setting than patients." Josh Harden and John Nall, Adair County Hospital District board members, were in attendance.

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