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Carthage Area Hospital awaits word on state funding for proposed consolidated medical campus

Carthage Area Hospital is seeking $25 million in state funding to consolidate the hospital, two outpatient clinics, and an administration building on a new medical campus that would cost close to $50 million to build. Hospital officials have yet to determine the site for the proposed campus. (Photo credit: Carthage Area Hospital website)

CARTHAGE — The CEO of Carthage Area Hospital anticipates the organization should find out “sometime in July” if the state approves funding to help pay for a consolidated medical campus.  Hospital officials recently announced they are considering a plan that would consolidate the 53-year-old hospital, two of its outpatient-clinic facilities, and administration building on a […]

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CARTHAGE — The CEO of Carthage Area Hospital anticipates the organization should find out “sometime in July” if the state approves funding to help pay for a consolidated medical campus.  Hospital officials recently announced they are considering a plan that would consolidate the 53-year-old hospital, two of its outpatient-clinic facilities, and administration building on a […]

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