The Union Community Hospital was started by Dr. Lawrence W. Long, an African-American doctor, and served African-American patients during segregation. The hospital provided services to the African-American community of Union County for 43 years (from 1932 to 1975). Built as a house ca. 1915, it was converted into a hospital by Dr. L. W. Long in 1932 with the support of several local churches

The Union Community Hospital was started by Dr. Lawrence W. Long, an African-American doctor, and served African-American patients during segregation. The hospital provided services to the African-American community of Union County for 43 years (from 1932 to 1975). Built as a house ca. 1915, it was converted into a hospital by Dr. L. W. Long in 1932 with the support of several local churches

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