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Gwinnett Medical Center Kicks-Off Fall with Anniversary Celebrations
Lawrenceville, Ga. (October 19, 2010)–Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) ushered in a new season in good spirits – and for good reason. This fall, the award-winning health system continued its tradition of excellence by celebrating a number of historic anniversaries, including: 22 years at Glancy Rehab (9/21), four years at GMC-Duluth (10/18) and the first anniversary of GMC- Lawrenceville’s North Tower (9/30).
The hospital system celebrated these various anniversaries with a number of events, including: a chili-cook off at GMC-Duluth, a birthday celebration at GMC-Lawrenceville’s North Tower and a slew of activities at Glancy, including a luncheon, antique car show and address by City of Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris. While the events centered on fun, the focus of each program remained the dedicated physicians and staff responsible for the system’s success.
“Each of these anniversaries marks a stride made by our hospital system,” said Phil Wolfe, GMC president and CEO. “As we celebrate each of these facilities, we look toward the future and to continuing GMC’s legacy of care and commitment to the community.”
About Gwinnett Medical Center
Gwinnett Medical Center is a not-for-profit healthcare network with acute-care hospitals in Lawrenceville and Duluth that provide award-winning healthcare services. GMC’s 4,300 associates and 800 affiliated physicians serve more than 400,000 patients annually. To learn more about how GMC is transforming healthcare, visit gwinnettmedicalcenter.org or follow us at facebook.com/gwinnettmedical, twitter.com/gwinnettmedical or youtube.com/gwinnettmedical.