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Charolette Anderson, left, folds a "dispatcho" on Wednesday as her daughter, Tabitha Anderson, watches at the end of a ceremony at Bartlett Regional Hospital to retire the former Critical Care Unit, and to honor patients who died there. A "dispatcho" has Incan origins, Anderson said, and is a gesture to honor death and birth. Nurses and family members attended the ceremony. A larger and more modern CCU was recently completed in the new $25.2 million wing of the hospital.
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