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|Wednesday, June 03, 2009|
Since it moved to east Portland 32 years ago, Adventist Medical Center has been treating a growing number of patients. More heart attack victims have passed through Adventist's rooms than at other well known area hospitals. Thus the hospital's expansion, which opened last month.
Read the full article at Oregonlive.com.
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