Baltimore-based Bon Secours seeks aid to avoid shutdown
Officials at Bon Secours Hospital are asking Maryland for $5 million to keep the struggling hospital afloat for a year while they devise a new strategy to offer healthcare to a troubled West Baltimore community. The company and the religious order that oversee Bon Secours have not ordered its closure, but executives say the hospital needs an infusion of cash and a new vision to avoid shutting its doors.
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