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TeleHealth Services Chosen by Baptist Hospital East in Development of New Park Tower
Date:4/28/2009

the newest in LCD healthcare technology. "The Philips Healthcare Grade HDTVs provided additional benefits to the project, including space savings, superior viewing experience and energy saving technology," continued Barrett.

"Baptist Hospital East has been a TeleHealth partner for quite a while and we are extremely pleased that they have extended our relationship into the development of Park Tower," said George Fleming, CEO of TeleHealth Services. "Providing them with the newest healthcare television technology, combined with the best possible solution, was our top priority. At a time when budgets are being cut and capital expenditures are put on hold, we feel it is imperative to work with our clients to ensure that their needs and visions are fulfilled and quality is not lost."

About Baptist Hospital East

Baptist Hospital East is Louisville's preferred East End medical center, with specialized services for women's health, cancer, heart, orthopedics, neurosciences, emergency care, rehabilitation, sleep disorders, occupational health, and behavioral health, including psychiatric and chemical dependency care.

The mission of Baptist Hospital East is to exemplify our Christian heritage of service of providing quality healthcare services by enhancing the health of the people and communities we serve. The vision of Baptist Hospital East is to be recognized as the leading provider of quality healthcare, where patients want to receive their care, employees want to work, and physicians want to practice.

Baptist Hospital East will live out its Christ-centered mission to others and achieve its vision guided by the values of integrity, respect, stewardship, excellence and collaboration. For more information on Ba
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