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June 15, 2013 11:00 PM

Providence celebrates 75 years in Columbia

Some of the specialties at Providence Hospital at Forest Drive have changed through the years – obstetrics was the first order of business in the early years, heart care is the headliner now – but the overriding goal has remained providing quality health care. As the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, a Columbia native, said in 1995: “God’s healing power is at work in a special way at Providence, and it is a cause of celebration.”

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