Pro-life Senate President Bill Cole (R), pro-life Speaker Tim Armstead, pro-life House Clerk Steve Harrison (R), pro-life Senate Clerk Clark Barnes (R), and Governor Earl Ray Tomblin (D), who vetoed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in 2014.
This hospital was built in 1930 during racial segregation by Dr. H. Dodford Dismukes, an African American physician, in Kimball, West Virginia. He named it the Henrietta Dismukes Hospital in honor of his mother who had died the year before. The hospital's nurses lived in a house next door. It was later converted to an apartment building but now sits vacant.