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FCH Board puts operator on notice

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Board does allow Heartland to keep 5 monthly payments

By Dave Bell

After hearing a plea for financial relief from the chairman of the board of the company that operates the hospital, the Fayette County Hospital District Board on Monday agreed to return to that company more than $74,000 each month for five months.

That $74,000 represents the amount that the operator, Heartland Health System Inc., is obligated to pay the district board each month under its operating agreement. Under the conditions agreed to on Monday, Heartland will use that money to help pay for the non-reimbursed charity care it provides to FCH patients.


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