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January 17, 2013 10:59 AM

How Templeton's Twin Cities hospital came to be

In 1971 the Paso Robles District Hospital had only one electrocardiogram machine. To some of you, 1971 may seem as long ago as the Dark Ages, but EKGs were already necessities then.

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