Monnie Thompson, second from left, has been named Johnston Health Ambassador for September. With her are, from left, Tracey Woodruff, administrative director; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; and David Dennis, director of Johnston Health Home Care and Hospice.
Monnie Thompson, second from left, has been named Johnston Health Ambassador for September. With her are, from left, Tracey Woodruff, administrative director; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; and David Dennis, director of Johnston Health Home Care and Hospice. JOHNSTON HEALTH
Monnie Thompson, second from left, has been named Johnston Health Ambassador for September. With her are, from left, Tracey Woodruff, administrative director; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; and David Dennis, director of Johnston Health Home Care and Hospice. JOHNSTON HEALTH

Johnston Health names September ambassador

October 25, 2016 09:18 AM

UPDATED October 25, 2016 09:19 AM

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