A testament to resiliency

September 2016
Health Facilities Management;Sep2016, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p48
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The article features Mid-Ocean Studio Inc. artistic director Brower Hatcher's sculpture, Sanctuary commissioned by the Norman Regional Health Foundation for the Norman Regional Health System in Moore, Oklahoma.


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