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Hospital needs local doctors help to make it thrive

Hospital needs to be monitored to make sure funds to operate are used for the hospital's own good.

Mary Norris writes: The hospital (a building) standing alone cannot make it on its own, but with the local doctors and Adair County people using the medical care that it can give, will help make it a thriving health center. Many people are using other counties hospital and that hurts our local hospital. Many people have worked to get a hospital here and their efforts should not be thrown away, many are still giving their time and money for the Adair hospital. The hospital should be monitored to make sure that the funds to operate are being used for the hospital own good. - Mary Norris



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