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Posted: Thursday, 03 April 2014 3:40PM

Pennyroyal Center Moving Some Services



Officials with the Pennyroyal Center are announcing some significant changes that take effect Monday at their Hopkinsville campus on North Drive. Beginning Monday, their Children's Services will be located with their Adult Services, in the Sivley Building, at 735 North Drive. The change will place all outpatient services in one location, which Director of Clinical Operations Alicia Taylor says will help to improve efficiency in providing service, and give them the opportunity to provide better service for clients who walk in.

Another change is that psychiatric services will move from the Sivley Building to the former location of Children’s Services, in the Westerfield Building, which is located at 739-A North Drive. Taylor points out that this action will consolidate all of their medical practices staff in one building. The ADIO Pharmacy program will also move into the Westerfield Building.

The moves will actually take place on Friday, with all programs expected to be open and operational on Monday.

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