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Poplar Bluff,

city (1990 pop. 16,996), seat of Butler co., SE Mo., in the Ozark foothills, on the low bluffs of the Black River near the Ark. line; inc. 1870. It is a trade, shipping, and medical center in a fertile farming area. Among its manufactures are transportation equipment; plastic, wood, and paper products; furniture; building materials; flour; and shoes. Nearby are Mark Twain National Forest and Wappapello Dam.
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Louis VAMC is the tertiary referral center for the VA Medical Centers in Marion, Illinois, and Poplar Bluff, Missouri.
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The five hospitals include the 128-bed Seven Rivers Community Hospital, Crystal River, Florida, the 137-bed Harton Regional Medical Center, Tullahoma, Tennessee, the two campus 257-bed University Medical Center, Lebanon, Tennessee, the two campus 423-bed Three Rivers Healthcare, Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and the 116-bed Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center, Kennett, Missouri.
The five hospitals include the 128-bed Seven Rivers Community Hospital, Crystal River, Florida, the 137-bed Harton Regional Medical Center, Tullahoma, Tennessee, the 257-bed, two-campus, University Medical Center, Lebanon, Tennessee, the 423-bed, two-campus, Three Rivers Healthcare, Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and the 116-bed Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center, Kennett, Missouri.
1995: Wildlife Forever, Minneapolis, National Group Winner; Northern Indiana Public Service Company Industries (NIPSCO), Hammond, Indiana, Regional Group Winner; Heartland Gobblers Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Poplar Bluff, Missouri, Regional Group Runner-up.
The Company also noted that during the first quarter the management contract in Poplar Bluff, Missouri was converted to a consulting agreement.