Wellness center medical assistant Katrina Combs, left, and registered nurse Regina Burrows stocked cabinets in the clinic's lab on Friday. The center is expected to serve 5,000 city employees, their dependents and retirees.
Wellness center medical assistant Katrina Combs, left, and registered nurse Regina Burrows stocked cabinets in the clinic's lab on Friday. The center is expected to serve 5,000 city employees, their dependents and retirees. HERALD-LEADER
Wellness center medical assistant Katrina Combs, left, and registered nurse Regina Burrows stocked cabinets in the clinic's lab on Friday. The center is expected to serve 5,000 city employees, their dependents and retirees. HERALD-LEADER

Wellness center has saved Lexington more than $1 million, report says

August 29, 2012 04:34 PM

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