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10th Anniversary Celebration of Georgia Regents Medical Associates Lake Oconee Village

In January 2003, our health system and physicians practice group reached an agreement with Reynolds Plantation to provide primary, specialty, and subspecialty care to the 8,000-acre golf and lake community located between Augusta and Atlanta on the shoreline of beautiful Lake Oconee.

Two years later, we opened an 8,000-square-foot ambulatory clinic in Lake Oconee Village at the gateway to Reynolds Plantation. The clinic offers a comprehensive array of general and specialty medical services, including family medicine, pediatrics, sports medicine, cardiology, and orthopaedics to residents in Greene, Putnam, Morgan, and surrounding counties.

On Friday, June 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., Georgia Regents Medical Associates invites you to help celebrate 10 years of providing medical care in the Lake Oconee community. Please join us at the Georgia Regents Medical Associates Lake Oconee Village practice site at 2011 Westend Drive at the intersection of Highway 44 and Linger Longer Road in Greensboro. The clinic is located about an hour’s drive from Augusta due West on I-20.

For more information on Georgia Regents Medical Associates Lake Oconee Village, visit grhealth.org/lakeoconee or call 706-453-9803.

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