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Judge Vance enters orders relating to Adair Hospital District

Adair County Circuit Judge Judy Vance entered three orders relating to litigation with the Adair County Hospital District, the parent organization of the Westlake Health Care Systemthis morning, Tuesday, January 29, 2013:
  • (12-C1-00013) PARTIN, GARY L., M.D., ET AL VS. ADAIR COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT: Judge Vance entered an order dissolving temporary restraining order and released a $5,000.00 bond posted by Dr. Partin
  • (12-CI-00212) SPECTRUM HEALTH PARTNERS, LLC, VS. ADAIR COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT: Judge Vance signed an order allowing an amended complaint to be filed by Spectrum Health Partners, LLC.
  • (12-CI-00269) THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF DANVILLE, VS. ADAIR COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL: an agreed order was entered to allow the hospital 20 additional days to enter a response. The bank is asking for the imposition of a court order tax for the hospital district.
Links to court dockets in Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor Counties are posted Mondays through Fridays in CM Events

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