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July 18, 2013

Orthopedic Center opens office in Moultrie

MOULTRIE — The Moultrie-Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce recently held a grand opening ribbon cutting for new member VOA Orthopedic and Spine Care. Located at 9 Hospital Park, VOA Orthopedic and Spine Care provides quality care and specializes in sports medicine, adult and pediatric spinal disorders and conditions, joint replacement and trauma care. VOA Orthopedic and Spine Care will offer free sports physicals for all high school and middle school athletes. The Moultrie location is open on Monday and Friday 8 a.m.-noon and Tuesday and Wednesday noon-5 p.m. For more information or to schedule appointments call (229) 247-2290 or visit Pictured are Tommie Beth Willis, Nikki Wade, Namrata Villait ,Candace Roberts, Marie Creech,, Shana Thomas (VOA-ASC coordinator), Dr. Charles W. Sanderlin, Dr. John P. Kendrick, Dr. Oscar E. Aguero, Ursuline Sookhoo (practice administrator),Heather Murrell, and Wendell Brown.

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