Covenant Health marks centennial with documentary

Covenant Health marks centennial with documentary

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Lubbock Sanitarium in 1918 Lubbock Sanitarium in 1918
Drs Keuger, Overton, Peebler Drs Keuger, Overton, Peebler
Nurses in front of sanitarium (nursing school also turns 100 this year) Nurses in front of sanitarium (nursing school also turns 100 this year)
St Mary Hospital St Mary Hospital
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Covenant Health has been bringing health and wellness to Lubbockites and patients from far away now for 100 years. Paul Arrington co-produced a documentary about the centennial. He and Melissa Pierce are both with Covenant and they spoke with Kristin Carol on Good Day Lubbock this morning.

The documentary airs tonight on KTTZ, Lubbock's PBS station, at 7pm. 

Go to covenant100.org  for details on events coming up.

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