Medical Center in Washington State will not sell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 17, 2008
Despite a push in Congress aimed at cracking-down on physician-owned hospitals, doctors who own a medical center and eight outlying clinics in central Washington state will not sell. Instead, the more than 150 doctor-owners of the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center are considering forming their own nonprofit group or merging with an already-established entity.
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