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Westlake CEO Rasmussen and Treasurer Bruce White

2012-12-28 - 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
Westlake CEO David Rasmussen right reported on efforts to get Westlake Regional Hospital to get to the right size and to position itself in the healthcare market to survive, meet the needs of the public, and provide quality healthcare. One avenue studied, he said, was a look at becoming an ambulatory care center. He and trustee Richard Grant visited a center at Nicholasville and made inquiries in Frankfort about licensure needs. He said that the plan was put on hold because of the cost - in money and much needed management time - of securing Certificates of Need for such a facility. At left is Adair County Hospital Board of Trustees member and treasurer Bruce White.

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