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Over more than three decades, a Franklin doctor learned having a tab at a local pharmacy was a necessity.

A couple of years ago, on a Friday afternoon, Dr. William Province II saw an elderly man who was having trouble breathing and knew he needed an antibiotic. But the man was not going to have the money to buy it before the weekend, so Province picked up the phone and called the local pharmacy.

He had the cost of the medicine billed to him, and the man went home with the antibiotic he needed to get better.

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