Jarjean Ford is cared for by nursing student Shaneese Wedman, middle, and Shondra Kostner, RN, at the Kingman Community Hospital. A change in designation could cut funding for the state’s critical access hospitals.
Jarjean Ford is cared for by nursing student Shaneese Wedman, middle, and Shondra Kostner, RN, at the Kingman Community Hospital. A change in designation could cut funding for the state’s critical access hospitals. The Wichita Eagle
Jarjean Ford is cared for by nursing student Shaneese Wedman, middle, and Shondra Kostner, RN, at the Kingman Community Hospital. A change in designation could cut funding for the state’s critical access hospitals. The Wichita Eagle

Designation change could cut critical access hospital funds

February 23, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 10:22 AM

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