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October 25, 2013

Women in Business Week: Groseclose knows nursing takes care



For the moment, Groseclose said she is very happy in her job and doesn't know when or if she'll look for a career change.

"We have revamped quite a bit at the hospital," she said. "We have all had to take on new responsibilities, so I am always challenged."

She does plan to stay in Grady County, though, living on a north Verden farm and caring for the patients at Grady Memorial Hospital.

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