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Scott Hesseltine Recognized by Louisville Business First

Kentucky |

Centerstone Kentucky’s Vice President of Addiction Services, Scott Hesseltine, was named one of 20 People to Know in Health Care by Louisville Business First.

Business First’s key role is to serve as a connector for the Louisville business community by introducing their readers to people who are achievers within their organizations and they determined that Scott is worth knowing.

We agree! Congratulations, Scott.

 

 

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