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Presbyterian Rust Medical Center expands services

March 31, 2022In the NewsFeatured

In this column written by Angela Ward, hospital chief executive at Rust Medical Center (RMC), she explains what’s next at RMC as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations decline in the community.

“As we look to the future, our focus will continue to be on delivering safe, quality care to our patients. This begins by offering more ser-vices at RMC to serve the growing needs of our community.”

New services include an expansion to the robotic surgery program by investing in advanced surgical equipment and surgical training to sup-port procedures in a variety of surgical specialties.

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