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New Kingdom Healthcare opens a location in Alexandria

It offers wellness and illness primary healthcare for children and adults combining traditional, holistic, and integrative approaches in a judgment free setting.

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Staff of New Kingdom Healthcare in Alexandria attend a ribbon cutting.
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ALEXANDRIA — New Kingdom Healthcare held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 22 to celebrate its grand opening at 510 22nd Ave. E, Ste. 103 in Alexandria.

It offers wellness and illness primary healthcare for children and adults combining traditional, holistic, and integrative approaches in a judgment free setting.

Ribbon Cuttings are a service offered by the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce. To learn more, email info@alexandriamn.org or call 320-763-3161.

Related Topics: ALEXANDRIABUSINESSHEALTHCAREALEXANDRIA LAKES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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