Ohio-based Summa Health System takes over Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
Cleveland Plain Dealer, July 2, 2008
Ohio-based Summa Health System now officially owns Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital, and plans to spend nearly $8 million to upgrade the facility's intensive care unit, emergency department, and surgical suites. Construction plans also include adding a fast-track urgent-care program as well as a new cardiac special procedures lab. In November 2007, Summa and Wadsworth signed an affiliation agreement with the understanding that the agreement would lead to a purchase.
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