Superior Clinic Open House Sept. 26

The CV Superior Clinic, located at the former “Arnold Motors” location on Highway 60, has opened its doors to provide health services to the people of Superior and surrounding communities. The clinic, owned and operated by Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center (CVRMC), has been in operation more than 11 years at the location of Main Street and Magma.

The foresight and concern that Kathryn and R.C. Arnold had for their community and the desire CVRMC had to build a new clinic brought about a partnership beyond land and building. It became a companionship of providing modern amenities and future expansion of healthcare services to the families who call Superior home.

Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center would like to invite everyone to celebrate the opening of your clinic on September 26 (today), from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Many health activities for children, prizes, information, tours, and refreshments are planned for the event.

CVRMC would like to extend a special “Thank You” to Mayor Valenzuela and the Town Council for their warm welcome at the past Town Council Meeting. “We were received with much appreciation and gratitude from the council as well as many community members in attendance,” stated Neal Jensen, CVRMC CEO.

“We look forward to a long sustained partnership where we can provide excellence in service to the wonderful people of Superior.”

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