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Dr. Richard Mills joins emergency department at Jackson County Memorial Hospital in Oklahoma

February 25, 2014

Dr. Mills (RUSM ‘04) is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Physicians and specializes in Emergency Medicine. He joins the hospital after seven years providing emergency care in a four-hospital system in Greenville, South Carolina. Jackson County Memorial Hospital in Altus, Oklahoma, is a 99-licensed bed facility in the heart of southwest Oklahoma. Dr. Mills completed undergraduate studies at Clemson University in South Carolina. After receiving his medical degree from RUSM, he completed a residency in Family Medicine at the Greenville Hospital System-University Medical Center in Greenville, South Carolina, in 2007. “My desire is to become an integral part of Jackson County Memorial Hospital, to provide the greatest medical care possible and to provide superior customer service to my patients,” states Mills.

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