Wednesday, December 06, 2000

New blood sample collection site opens in Hamilton




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Residents living in and near Hamilton who get medical care from doctors affiliated with the Health Alliance of Greater Cincin nati may not have to drive as far to get blood tests.

        Alliance Laboratory Services has opened a blood sample collection site at 1280 Eaton Ave. in Hamilton. It's one of more than 15 similar offices scattered through the Tristate.

        Samples can be collected without setting an appointment. For information, call 893-9060.

       



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