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Kimberly Shomer
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Courtney Samuel
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schuyler.heuser@nortonhealthcare.org

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Melissa Peklenk
Director, Adult Regional Relations and Development
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Stacey Allen
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stacey.allen@nortonhealthcare.org

Jamie Crane
Manager, Pediatric Regional Relations and Development
Western Kentucky Territory
jamie.crane@nortonhealthcare.org

Lisa Vandygriff
Manager, Pediatric Regional Relations and Development
Eastern Kentucky Territory
lisa.vandygriff@nortonhealthcare.org

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