Maryland hospital staying open in search for buyer
Washington Post, March 7, 2008
Under a new agreement, the state of Maryland and Prince George's County will each pay $12 million annually for two years to keep the county's hospital facilities open while searching for a new owner. State and county officials agreed that a seven-member hospital authority should be created to conduct an open and transparent bidding process for possible new companies to take over.
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