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Representative for Senator John Cornyn visits Gatesville hospital September 8, 2016

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Representative for Senator John Cornyn visits Gatesville hospital, Gatesville, Texas

Sandy Edwards, the Central Texas Regional Director for Senator John Cornyn, came to Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, TX, yesterday to visit with CMHS representatives about how Senator Cornyn can assist in representing rural healthcare at a federal level.  She was accompanied by Jeff Williford, Central Texas Deputy Regional Directors. Ms. Edwards said, “I have 27 counties that I am the eyes and ears for Senator Cornyn. I was invited to visit by Gatesville’s Mayor Chumley and shown around by City Manager, Bill Parry. We like to take opportunities like this to go and see the communities we represent so Senator Cornyn can better address their needs in Washington.”   

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