During Sunday's open house at the new patient care pavilion at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, Ryanne Svec, 7, and Tammy Ellis watched the  "Celebrate Kentucky" wall as pictures on the video monitors changed, slowly dissolving from one image to another.
During Sunday's open house at the new patient care pavilion at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, Ryanne Svec, 7, and Tammy Ellis watched the "Celebrate Kentucky" wall as pictures on the video monitors changed, slowly dissolving from one image to another.
During Sunday's open house at the new patient care pavilion at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, Ryanne Svec, 7, and Tammy Ellis watched the "Celebrate Kentucky" wall as pictures on the video monitors changed, slowly dissolving from one image to another.

UK dedicates new patient care pavilion

May 16, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 16, 2011 09:15 AM

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