Capt. Joan Queen, commanding officer of Naval Hospital Beaufort, and Scott Isaaks, acting director of the Ralph A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, are applauded after they cut the ribbon to the Beaufort Naval Hospitals new clinical space on the fourth floor of the hospital on Wednesday. The new clinic will allow the hospital to serve an additional 1,200 patients.
Capt. Joan Queen, commanding officer of Naval Hospital Beaufort, and Scott Isaaks, acting director of the Ralph A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, are applauded after they cut the ribbon to the Beaufort Naval Hospitals new clinical space on the fourth floor of the hospital on Wednesday. The new clinic will allow the hospital to serve an additional 1,200 patients. Jay Karr
Capt. Joan Queen, commanding officer of Naval Hospital Beaufort, and Scott Isaaks, acting director of the Ralph A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, are applauded after they cut the ribbon to the Beaufort Naval Hospitals new clinical space on the fourth floor of the hospital on Wednesday. The new clinic will allow the hospital to serve an additional 1,200 patients. Jay Karr

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