Moultrie Observer

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August 28, 2013

Colquitt Regional to manage Doerun Clinic

DOERUN — The Moultrie-Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for Doerun Family Medicine Clinic, 128 W. Broad Ave. in downtown Doerun. Doerun Family Medicine Clinic is now under the management of Colquitt Regional Medical Center. CRMC’s initiative is to provide local services to the Colquitt County community. The clinic is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday and provides office visits for acute and chronic medical problems, provides sports physicals, and accepts all insurances. Call (229)-782-7589 to schedule an appointment or for more information. Pictured are Julie Montgomery, Debra Taylor, Connie Garcia, Velvet Brooks, Marlena Bailey, Hope Littleton, Greg Johnson, Jim Matney, Tim Carroll, Marshall McCranie and Darrell Moore.

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