Community Hospital Working to Repair Reputation
9 months after a community hospital in Williston switched hands, the struggle to repair its reputation may take a while longer. Especially among employees who tell TV20 news, they haven't been paid in weeks. The missing paychecks have already led to some resignations. Representatives from Tri-County Hospital - Williston, formerly known as Nature Coast Regional Hospital, said the delay is part of digging out of a financial hole left behind by previous owners.
For a full report including whether or not the hospital has faced any more violations, watch the video on the right side of this page.
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