Nancy Batchelor, third from left, accepts her personalized parking sign from Chief Executive Chuck Elliott. With them are, from left, Angela Deans, director of patient financial services; Eddie Klein, chief financial officer; and Cherie Paonessa, manager of patient access.
Nancy Batchelor, third from left, accepts her personalized parking sign from Chief Executive Chuck Elliott. With them are, from left, Angela Deans, director of patient financial services; Eddie Klein, chief financial officer; and Cherie Paonessa, manager of patient access. JOHNSTON HEALTH
Nancy Batchelor, third from left, accepts her personalized parking sign from Chief Executive Chuck Elliott. With them are, from left, Angela Deans, director of patient financial services; Eddie Klein, chief financial officer; and Cherie Paonessa, manager of patient access. JOHNSTON HEALTH

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