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Liberty Regional Medical Center Rehabilitation Services ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cutting - Liberty Regional Rehabilitation Center
Chamber board members, ambassadors, staff and members, city officials, Reid Lawson, Jon Long, County Commission Chairman John McIver and Phillip Hodges with staff members participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Liberty Regional Medical Center Rehabilitation Services on April 20. - photo by Photo provided.

Liberty Regional Medical Center Rehabilitation Services hosted a ribbon cutting April 20 at the center, 514 S. Main St. in Hinesville, in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce.  

Marketing Director Rene’ Harwell welcomed staff members, friends, and chamber staff, ambassadors and members to the event.
“We have a talented and amazing team of staff members, which truly make this facility shine,” said Reid Lawson, director of LRMC Rehabilitation Services.  

LRMC Rehabilitation Services provides occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language pathology.  The rehabilitation center also accommodates outpatient rehabilitation needs.

Conditions supported through rehabilitation services include:  sports-related injuries, work-related injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, motor-vehicle crashes, vertigo, pain relief, orthotic/prosthetic/splinting fittings and more.  

A complete listing of services offered can be found at or by calling 369-9400.

Jon Long, chairman of the Hospital Authority of Liberty County, said, “It is my pleasure to welcome you all to this fine facility.  We are happy to support Liberty Regional Medical Center and their efforts to improve the health-care services within Liberty County.”

 “We thank you for your dedication and commitment to Liberty County.  Please know that the chamber is here for you, so please do not hesitate to call on us if we can be of any assistance,” chamber CEO Leah Poole said.

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