Charlotte Observer, June 25, 2010
Carolina Medical Center-Lincoln has been working for the past year and a half to ensure a problem-free transition on July 10 from the old hospital to the new $90 million facility. The reason behind the move is simple, officials said: the population of Lincoln County, NC, has more than doubled since the last hospital was built in 1970, and medical infrastructure standards have since improved. All doctors, nurses, and an estimated 30 to 50 patients from the old hospital will be moving.
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