WellStar stabilized health care in Paulding community
by Tom Spigolon
09:57 AM, Thursday, April 17
Paulding’s medical facilities suffered growing pains for years before the company which became WellStar bought the facility. Two longtime Paulding medical professionals recently recalled some of the county’s medical history as WellStar opened the ...

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