From left, administrative director Donna Hinnant and chief executive Chuck Elliott congratulate Susan Furr on being recognized as a Johnston Health Ambassador. Casey Nunnery, at far right, is manager of the nursing floors at Clayton. Furr works nights as an nurse on third floor.
From left, administrative director Donna Hinnant and chief executive Chuck Elliott congratulate Susan Furr on being recognized as a Johnston Health Ambassador. Casey Nunnery, at far right, is manager of the nursing floors at Clayton. Furr works nights as an nurse on third floor. JOHNSTON HEALTH
From left, administrative director Donna Hinnant and chief executive Chuck Elliott congratulate Susan Furr on being recognized as a Johnston Health Ambassador. Casey Nunnery, at far right, is manager of the nursing floors at Clayton. Furr works nights as an nurse on third floor. JOHNSTON HEALTH

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