Large crowd turns out for Shaw Living open house

Patti Dozier/Times-EnterpriseDr. Brandi Warren (from left), Shaw Living lead physician; Wesley Warren; Lauren Phillips; Danny Phillips; Dr. Jesse Warren; David Trautman, Trinity Anglican Church priest; gather Friday at the Shaw Living open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony.  

THOMASVILLE — The building was packed, and parking spaces were filled at Friday's open house and ribbon-cutting at Shaw Living, 2484 E. Pinetree Blvd.

In addressing the large open house crowd of more than 300, Dr. Brandi Warren, Shaw Living lead physician, said the facility represents a decade of thought and design for patients.

"I had so many ideas, too many ideas," Warren said.

Expressing gratitude to the project architect and interior designer, Warren said they turned her "crazy ideas" in a workable solution and "the real thing."

Shaw Center for Women's Health on South Broad Street opened a primary care arm for Shaw Center patients five years ago.

"We outgrew our space. We realized there was a bigger need than we planned for," Warren said.

Shaw Living offers lifestyle services for mental health, nutrition, weight loss, diabetes and blood pressure, among other chronic conditions. 


Senior reporter Patti Dozier can be reached at (229) 226-2400, ext. 1820 

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