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Dawson County Hospital District (DCHD) board members gave the green light Thursday for a feasibility study on a new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) facility on hospital grounds. When Medical Arts Hospital (MAH) took over the EMS from the county seven years ago, it was handed the county facilities housing the EMS staff far from hospital grounds. The county-owned building, on S. Austin Ave., has only one bathroom, showers with a limited hot water supply for male and female staff, cramped sleeping quarters and a kitchen that is too small, according to hospital officials. “It has some age on it,” hospital district Chief Executive ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331