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Date Set for New Kimble Hospital Open House
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • Posted September 21, 2011

Junction, TX (Sept. 12, 2011) – The Kimble County Hospital District Board (KCHD) and Kimble Hospital Open House Committee have set the date for the Open House Celebration of the New Kimble Hospital and Junction Medical Clinic. The event will be held on Monday, October 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the new hospital.“We’re really excited for Kimble County to be able to celebrate the opening of the new hospital and be able to tour the new facilities. Many of us on the District Board and the Open House Committee have been inside both buildings and judging from our reactions, I believe everyone in Kimble County will be really proud of these new medical facilities,” says Charles Loeffler, President of the KCHD Board. We thank all of those that have supported this project to improve and modernize our local medical facilities. The new hospital is an invaluable asset for Kimble County.”Plans for the event are still in the preliminary stages but the committee has provided room on the agenda for public tours of the hospital and clinic to be led by staff members and a formal ribbon cutting.“The tours will be the best part of this celebration. Several of our staff members volunteered immediately to help lead the tours. They have all been in the new buildings throughout the construction process and they are really excited to show off the new hospital and clinic,” says Steve Bowen, Hospital Administrator, adding, “Our medical providers and staff can’t wait to start serving the community from the new facilities. The state-of-the-art patient rooms, procedure rooms and equipment will greatly enhance their ability to deliver an even higher quality of healthcare services to Kimble County residents.”

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