MANY HOSPITALS IN SMALL MINNESOTA TOWNS NEED URGENT REPAIRS
AP/Minneapolis Star Tribune
Hospitals in small towns in outstate Minnesota need at least $81.5 million for urgent repairs, not including $14 million in repairs needed to comply with federal and state regulations, according to a survey.
The 2001 survey included 81 small hospitals serving remote, isolated towns in Minnesota. It was part of a national survey by the Center for Health Affairs at Project Hope, one of six federally funded U.S. rural research centers