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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS MONTH
FROM NICOLE: Our annual Health Care Edition looks at the technological innovations included in projects such as expansions at The Woodlands-area hospitals as well as the lasting eects of the pandemic on how care is delivered. See inside (see Pages 27-29) for our nearest hospitals and urgent care facilities. Nicole Preston, GENERAL MANAGER
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FROM VANESSA: Among the health care stories we are following this month is a look at how law enforcement works with the autism community to ensure the needs of individuals on the spectrum are understood and met in public safety settings (see Page 31). We also take a look at the second of two hospital expansions we have covered in The Woodlands area this year (see Page 33). Vanessa Holt, SENIOR EDITOR
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THE WOODLANDS EDITION • JUNE 2022
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