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This summer, St. David’s Georgetown Hospital will open the Georgetown Center for Adult Medicine—a clinic dedicated solely to senior adult medicine—to meet the needs of area residents who are 55 and older.

The Georgetown Center for Adult Medicine will be led by two physicians, Paula Bordelon, D.O., and Saramma George, M.D., who specialize in family medicine and geriatrics.

The 5,000-square-foot center will be equipped with nine exam rooms, as well as offer X-ray and laboratory services. With a strong emphasis on accepting new Medicare patients, the center was specially designed with enhanced colors to help those with eyesight challenges, and widened doorways and hallways for wheelchair accessibility.

In anticipation of the opening, both physicians are already treating patients at a nearby clinic. As the new clinic grows over time, additional services will be offered.

The Georgetown Center for Adult Medicine is located at 104 Wildwood Drive, conveniently located between Georgetown and Sun City. Read about the Georgetown Center for Adult Medicine in the Williamson County Sun.

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