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  • State and local elected officials joined the college board of trustees, major donors, college foundation members, the campaign steering committee, employees, students, alumni and other friends of Wor-Wic Community College at a groundbreaking ceremony for a new applied technology building on campus.

Harrison Family Practice focusses on primary care, mental health, and drug addiction treatment

October 4th, 2021|Categories: BUSINESS, SALISBURY|

Opened in January 2019, Harrison Family Practice in Bridgeville is accepting new patients. Valerie Harrison, who is a nurse practitioner dually certified in family practice and mental health, opened the practice to focus on mental health, offering treatment for both drug and alcohol addiction. A native of Bridgeville, Dr. Harrison has worked at Nanticoke Hospital (now TidalHealth Nanticoke) in pediatrics and the recovery room, as nursing instructor at Del Tech and at Nanticoke [...]

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Wor-Wic kicks off $10 million campaign

Dr. Ray Hoy, president of Wor-Wic Community College, announced the start of the public phase of a $10 million fundraising campaign, “Preparing for a Stronger Tomorrow,” at a groundbreaking ceremony recently for the construction of a new applied technology building [...]

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