Only hospital in Lancaster, TX, to close its doors
Dallas Morning News, February 13, 2008
Medical Center at Lancaster (TX) will close after 25 years of operation. Hospital spokesman Joe Poulos said the hospital was probably headed for bankruptcy. In recent years, the hospital faced obstacles such as competition, high levels of unpaid patient bills and low payment rates from HMOs, Poulos said.
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