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Ribbbon Cutting at New Vidalia Hospital
Thursday, 27 January 2011


January 28--  A large crowd was on hand late Thursday for the ribbon-cutting of the new Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia.

The project represents a $100-million dollar investment according to Meadows CEO Alan Kent.

"My wonderful wife Wanda reminded me of the wisdom of Walt Disney who said all your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them.  May we be courageous in our pursuit of excellence, in our pursuit of service and in our pursit of faith.  I'm incredibly proud to present to you your communith hospital, the new Meadows Regional Medical Center," Kent told the crowd.

Michael Calhoun,chairman of the Meadows holding company board, echoed Kent's remarks.

"The dream of many became a vision, and now the reality of that vision stands before us.  My prayer is that we will continue to dream and visualize even more and work tirelessly to fulfill the mission and purpose of Meadows Regional Medical Center.

Hospital officials plan to open the new medical center on Highway 280 on Friday, February 4th and close down the old facility on Meadows Lane the same day.

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