State Rep. Maureen Walsh, center, laughs Thursday along with Columbia Basin College Board of Trustees member Duke Mitchell, from left, Kadlec CEO Rand Wortman, CBC President Rich Cummins and general contractor Dick Richter during the groundbreaking for the CBC Wortman Medical Science Center in Richland. The college’s second health science center on Northgate Drive will house training facilitates for CBC health care professions and a medical clinic for Kadlec residents in a four-story, 72,600-square-foot building. See a video at www.tricityherald.com/video.
State Rep. Maureen Walsh, center, laughs Thursday along with Columbia Basin College Board of Trustees member Duke Mitchell, from left, Kadlec CEO Rand Wortman, CBC President Rich Cummins and general contractor Dick Richter during the groundbreaking for the CBC Wortman Medical Science Center in Richland. The college’s second health science center on Northgate Drive will house training facilitates for CBC health care professions and a medical clinic for Kadlec residents in a four-story, 72,600-square-foot building. See a video at www.tricityherald.com/video. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
State Rep. Maureen Walsh, center, laughs Thursday along with Columbia Basin College Board of Trustees member Duke Mitchell, from left, Kadlec CEO Rand Wortman, CBC President Rich Cummins and general contractor Dick Richter during the groundbreaking for the CBC Wortman Medical Science Center in Richland. The college’s second health science center on Northgate Drive will house training facilitates for CBC health care professions and a medical clinic for Kadlec residents in a four-story, 72,600-square-foot building. See a video at www.tricityherald.com/video. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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Groundbreaking for CBC Wortman Medical Science Center

April 21, 2016 7:12 PM

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