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News : Dr. Jennifer Bowe To Join Wright Memorial Hospital
Posted by Randy on 2014/4/16 4:22:08 (959 reads) News by the same author

On June 1, 2014, Trenton-area family practice physician Jennifer A. Bowe, M.D., will join Wright Memorial Hospital. While Dr. Bowe and her staff will maintain their current office space at Green Hills Medical Clinic.
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The main difference for patients will be that business administration services, including billing, will be provided by Wright Memorial Hospital.

“I’m excited that my staff and I are joining our hometown hospital,” Dr. Bowe said. “We plan to continue to provide our patients with the best customer service and medical care that we possibly can. I am looking forward to having the opportunity to focus more time and attention directly on patient care and less on the administrative duties of running an office.

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The clinic has had a great working relationship with Wright Memorial and Saint Luke’s Health System and that is why I have chosen for our clinic to join their organization.”

“Having Dr. Bowe join our team strengthens the already strong group of physicians we have here at Wright Memorial Hospital,” Gary Jordan, CEO, said. “Dr. Bowe’s patients should expect no change to the high quality of patient care during the transition.”

Dr. Bowe will continue seeing patients at Green Hills Medical Clinic located at 3300 E. 10th St., in Trenton. The phone number will also remain the same. For more information on Dr. Bowe’s employment with Wright Memorial Hospital, or to schedule an appointment, call 660-359-3939.

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