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The Dawson County Hospital District is anticipating less revenue and more expenses in 2019-2020 than it has the last two years, according to information presented on Thursday evening. Hospital board members and hospital staff discussed the proposed budget for 2019-2020 during a public hearing, which no one attended other than those connected with the hospital and the local newspaper. The majority of the increases in expenses are beyond the control of local officials, Letha Stokes, chief executive officer of Medical Arts Hospital, said, since they reflect the rising cost of medications, medical supplies, an annual contract for physical therapy, staffing the emergency ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331