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Ribbon-Cutting at Niswonger Childrens Hospital

Published: 10:52 AM, 02/27/2009


The ribbon was cut on Thursday for the official opening of the Niswonger Children's Hospital in Johnson City.

The pediatric facility, located adjacent to Johnson City Medical Center, will begin receiving patients on Monday, March 2nd.

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