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Long time Franklin physician, Dr. Donald Dewhurst, MD, will soon be joining Angel Primary Care in Franklin. Dr. Dewhurst will see patients at 278 Riverview beginning on May 1.

“We’re excited to have Dr. Dewhurst join the staff of Angel Primary Care,” said Bonnie Peggs, AMC Director of Marketing & Public Relations. “He brings over 30 years experience to the practice.”

Dr. Dewhurst graduated the University of New Hampshire cum laude in 1971 with a B.A. in chemistry and zoology. He graduated from Bowman Gray School of Medicine in Winston- Salem, North Carolina in 1975. He completed residency in Family Practice at N.C. Baptist Hospital. In 1978 and is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

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Renee Zimmick and Michael Foust look over silent auction items with physical therapists Randy Phillips and Allison Gilland during the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Fundraiser held Saturday at Big Bear Park.

Nantahala Physical Therapy raised more than $1,100 for the non-profit, which allowed them to meet their goal of $1,500 in advance of the CF Great Strides Walk on May 4.

 

MedWest Health System is sponsoring a series of “Look Good … Feel Better” workshops in 2012 for women undergoing treatment for cancer.

The free workshops are American Cancer Society programs facilitated by trained cosmetologists and offered in partnership with the National Cosmetology Association, the Personal Care Products Council Foundation and MedWest- Harris hospital in Sylva.

Participants will learn how to care for changes in their skin and hair that may occur during medical treatment, and improve their overall selfimage and appearance.

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Angel Medical Center Cardiac Rehab will be sponsoring a fun-fundraiser on Saturday, April 14, at Tassee Shelter.

Registration begins at 8:30, with the one mile run starting at 9 and the 5k walk/run starting at 9:30. There will be awards for the top finishers. All proceeds from the walk/run will benefit cardiac patients at AMC who would not otherwise be able to complete the rehabilitation program that most often assists them in leading a healthier life after having a heart episode.

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