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Fund-raiser will aid minority students

...turning around a problem with minority recruiting, Dr. Allen-Noble said. And that pays off for patients, said Marilyn Carter-Tomlin, president of Stoney. "What you want to provide is diversity," Dr. Carter-Tomlin said. "You want patients...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/04/20/met_288103.shtml
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Homefront: It's back to business for southside

...is where the population growth is going. We need more ball fields and recreation facilities." Peggy Ward and Marilyn Carter-Tomlin are awaiting the move into their brand new medical offices at the Richmond County Medical Complex off Tobacco...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/09/14/met_238959.shtml
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Work begins on office complex

...good day Wednesday, despite the morning rain, gray sky and muddy earth. It was the day she and her partner, Marilyn Carter Tomlin, ceremoniously embarked on a project to transform 7.41 acres of pine trees and shrubs into a $5 million complex...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/08/met_220226.shtml
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MCG admissions process may change

...We're spending our tax dollars on these programs and we're not getting the desired results," said Dr. Marilyn Carter-Tomlin, a local physician and MCG alumna. "We need a system in place to monitor how you nurture these students because...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/10/01/met_215378.shtml
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Richmond Center Complex coming to south Augusta

...presently sits near University Hospital downtown at 13th Street and Walton Way, Mr. Cross said. Peggy Ward and Marilyn Carter-Tomlin, both internal medicine physicians, formed CAWARD Group Limited and bought the land along Tobacco Road two years...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/21/biz_213284.shtml
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