New Piedmont Newnan Hospital opens without a hitch

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Christopher Wright, the first patient brought from Hospital Road to the new Piedmont Newnan Hospital Tuesday, is treated by PNH staffers. In this photo, Wright is being triaged and examined by, from left, Lynn Cawthorne, RN, Sue Anderson, RN, Dr. Dan Boyle, Chris Eartley, RN, and Susan Osborne, RN. (Photo courtesy of Piedmont Newnan Hospital)

By ALEX McRAE
alex@newnan.com
If opening days on Broadway went this well, every show would be a smash.
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