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The planned INTEGRIS Health hospital in Edmond recently selected its leader. INTEGRIS named Edmond resident Avilla T. Williams president for the future hospital.


"I'm looking forward to the opportunity to work with a leading health care provider in the very community that I live in and love," Williams said. "I hope to create a partnership with the medical community and the city that not only promotes health and a cooperative community wellness, but also encourages people to choose Edmond as their home."


The planned ground-breaking date for the facility is set for 2010.

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