Maryland hospitals receive funds
Washington Post, August 14, 2008
The Prince George's (MD) Hospital Center and other health facilities in Prince George's County have received $5.6.million in state and county money, the latest funding in a public effort to stave off the collapse of the hospital system. Dimensions Healthcare System, the nonprofit company that runs the center and the four other county health facilities, received the payment. The county and the state are scheduled to pay about $24 million each in quarterly installments over two years.
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