The Tri-Lakes West Campus celebrated its second anniversary on Friday.
Approximately 75 people were in attendance including members of the Tri-Lakes Medical Center Auxiliary.
The West Campus branch of Tri-Lakes houses the Senior Care Unit and Pediatric Clinic.
"The Senior Care Unit has done really well for the hospital," Tri-Lakes C.O.O. Ray Shoemaker said. "We are presently operating a near full capacity.
"We have three other behavioral programs at this point in addition to the Senior Care Unit," he said. "We expect to add two or three more programs in the future.
"We are presently looking at other programs," Shoemaker said. "There will be more done with the West Campus in the near future."
"The programs operating at the West Campus are very important to the success of the Tri-Lakes family," he said.
In total, Shoemaker said the West Campus has served more than 700 patients in its two years in operation.
"We have the best Behavioral Health Program in the state," Shoemaker said. "That is something we can take a lot of pride in."
The two year anniversary was pulled off with no expense to the tax payers of Panola County, Shoemaker said.
"We would like to thank Faust Farms of Harmontown for donating the food during this event," he said.
For more coverage of Tri-Lakes West Campus two year anniversary including Diane Hubbard being named employee of the year, check out the Senior Scene pages in Friday’s edition of The Panolian.