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Kaiser Permanente Expands to Coweta County

ATLANTA, GA – Kaiser Permanente announced today it will invest $2.3 million to open a new medical office in Newnan later this year.

Located at 203 Newnan Crossing Bypass, the Newnan Medical Office will be Kaiser Permanente’s first location in Coweta County and the eighth medical office to open as part of the organization’s initiative to improve access to health care for its members throughout metro Atlanta.

Free Yoga at the Carnegie

Relax and free your mind at The Carnegie with a family yoga class led by Elizabeth Dorsey and Yvette Monet.  All ages are welcomed but a family is not required to participate. 

Instructor Elizabeth Dorsey, RYT-200, is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance. And Instructor Yvette Monet has been practicing and teaching yoga for 35 years. 

Please wear comfortable clothing, mats will be provided.  The program will be held on Saturday, October 2nd at 11:00 a.m.  Please call 770-683-1347 to reserve your spot.

UWG-Newnan Receives $2 Million Grant from Newnan Hospital

CARROLLTON, GA -- Newnan Hospital, Inc. announced today that it has donated $2 million, the largest one-time gift in University of West Georgia history, to benefit the School of Nursing at UWG-Newnan.

"This gift is cause for great celebration," said Beheruz N. Sethna, president of UWG. "It supports academics, our top priority, and recognizes the great achievements of our School of Nursing. It addresses a statewide and national need to increase the number of qualified nurses."

"The university already offers a full nursing program here, and we hope that this donation will inspire the future development of the program here at home in Coweta County," said Tom Moat, president of the board of directors of Newnan Hospital.

Newnan Launches Safe STEP Pedestrian Safety

The city of Newnan is starting a Pedestrian Safety public awareness campaign ‘Safe STEP.’ The City will begin conducting an ongoing campaign to remind drivers to look for pedestrians; and to encourage pedestrians to use crosswalks and follow the pedestrian signal indications.

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