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City, West Texas Centers sign agreement

September 21, 2013

Courtesy photo Big Spring Mayor Larry McLellan, West Texas Centers CEO Shelley Smith and Scenic Mountain Medical Center CEO Larry Rodgers pose in front of the Malone and Hogan Clinic following the signing of a lease agreement bringing an innovative treatment center to Big Spring for people living with mental illness.

A year-long planning effort involving West Texas Centers, the city of Big Spring and Scenic Mountain Medical Center culminated in last week’s signing of a lease agreement bringing an innovative treatment center to Big Spring for people living with mental illness.
West Texas Centers will move its Howard County Mental Health Center from downtown to the Malone and Hogan Clinic on or before April 1.
Scenic Mountain Medical Center will begin remodeling the first floor of the Malone and Hogan Clinic in early winter 2013 making way for the new clinic.

For the rest of the story, see the weekend edition of the Herald, or the e-edition.

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